Big Bad Breakfast will make you never look at a breakfast plate the same again, in the best possible way. Breakfast is the most important meal, and Big Bad Breakfast will certainly ensure that you look forward to it. Offering a large variety of breakfast foods, all of which come in substantial portions, their skillets are particularly popular, but definitely require you to bring a big appetite. They make their own bacon, breakfast sausage and cured ham, and eggs come from the nearby White Oak Pastures.
A testament to the Camellia Grill‘s popularity can be found in the outpouring of support during its closure following Hurricane Katrina. It reopened in 2007, and while physically updated, it continues to honor its traditions which date back to its opening in 1946. The most popular dishes include the pecan pie heated on the grill, giant omelettes, cheeseburgers and freezes. The service style is also very traditional; it still offers counter service and many of the staff have been around long enough to know most of the customers by name.
In true diner style, Elmo’s Diner serves up all day breakfast and homemade food with seating available at the counter or in comfortable booths. This is a restaurant closely connected to the North Carolina community, with many regular customers who have visited for years and are on first-name terms with all of the staff. All of their food is homemade, and their turkey and beef is slow roasted to give that perfect melt-in-the-mouth texture.