Memorable | One of the Best
Review by: Michael Stern
** THIS RESTAURANT IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED **
Going through the line at Bryce’s Cafeteria takes you past an array of swoonfully appetizing food — food that has made this place famous since it opened for business in 1931.
There are more vegetables than most Yankees see in a year: purple-hulled peas, fried green tomatoes, red beans, turnip greens cooked with chunks of ham, and a full array of potatoes, cheesy macaroni casseroles, rice casseroles, buttered cauliflower, sauced broccoli, etc., etc…. Among main courses, fried chicken is stupendously crunchy and big slabs of sweet ham are sliced to order. For dessert, we like Karo-coconut pie, hot cobbler with an ethereal crust, and banana pudding made with meringue and vanilla wafers.
The entire experience is a culinary dream, including a smartly-uniformed dining room staff (to help old folks and invalids with their trays, and to bus tables), and servers who address all men as “sir” and ladies as “ma’am.”
Directions & Hours
|Meals Served||Lunch, Dinner|
|Credit Cards Accepted||Yes|