Gritz Cafe brings Dixie alive in the West by cooking up homestyle Southern staples such as po boys and chicken-fried steak. Start groggy mornings the way Mother Nature intended—with a platter of chicken & waffles ($9.95), which set a fresh waffle throne before crispy, fried whole chicken wings. Other fried, battered, and broiled eye openers include biscuits & country sausage gravy ($8.50) and the Georgia plate ($11.25), a medley of two eggs with grits or homestyle potatoes and two fried or grilled pork chops. Gritz's amiable staff also dishes out a lunch menu of mother-besting advice and comfort fare craveables, such as the fried shrimp-suffused Rich Boy sandwich ($7.95) and the turkey club ($6.75), which lands homestyle turkey on a cloud of toast, lettuce, bacon, and tomato held together with Gritz's special sauce. Gritz Cafe's Southern specialty desserts, such as lemon cake ($2.50), peach cobbler ($3), and sweet-potato pie ($3), also elicit smiles as well as poor Foghorn Leghorn impressions.