The Schoolhouse Restaurant is housed in a Civil War era building circa 1863. It was a two room schoolhouse with one room now used as the kitchen and the other classroom is now a dining room. The windows, the yellow oak floors, and blackboards are from the late 1800’s. Large round tables with built in lazy susans can seat up to 8 people. The tables were built by a gentleman who built Conestoga wagon wheels so our father said!
The menu is handwritten on the blackboard which you read as your salads are served to your table; a homemade creamy Cole slaw and tossed salad with our grandmother’s sweet French salad dressing. Appetizers can be ordered including our incredible Corn Fritters and Fried Green Tomatoes. Everyone orders their own entree which is served with fluffy mashed potatoes, gravy, two vegetables, and freshly made sweet cornbread.
We are famous for our Fried Chicken, half a fresh chicken, hand breaded, and fried to a golden brown. Other entrees include Chicken Livers, Country Fried Steak, Meatloaf, Roast Beef, Ham, BBQ Ribs, Baked Cod and Parmesan Salmon to name a few. A kid’s menu is available for those under 10. There is something for everyone to enjoy!