A restaurant in a historic setting gives context to its cuisine’s origins and helps you narrow down who has been haunting the dishwasher. Bite into nostalgia with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of southern fare
- $20 for $40 worth of southern fare for a party of four or more<p>
Diners dig into fried green tomatoes ($5.25), all-you-can-eat fried catfish ($16), or fried pork chops with blue-cheese potatoes ($10.95). See the full menu here.<p>
The Foster House
Built in 1887, the modest southern-style Foster House retains its 19th-century charm with restored dining rooms and an outdoor brick patio adorned in period furniture and décor. Throughout the charming house, each of the four dining rooms has its own distinct feel. The lavender room's antique silver cake stands and teapots glimmer in built-in hutches; golden frames and delicate figurines bedeck the peach room; and mirrored fireplaces create decadent focal points in both the cheery lime-green room and the lush forest-green room. In each of the rooms, antique tables create intimate vignettes for diners to dig into fried catfish or sip afternoon tea. The shaded patio hosts outdoor dining, nestled among the century-old pecan trees that have dutifully taken care of the home since it was built.