Foley Coffee Shop

Meat-and-Three | Small Town Café
Worth a detour

A big storefront clattering with noise from the grill and stove in the open kitchen behind the counter, Foley Coffee Shop is the locals’ favorite. Men and women gather over copious breakfasts every workday and chatter table to table as a radio blasts news, sports and weather. Pictures of town high school teams adorn the wall, and the menu is well-fixed with advertisements from nearby businesses, the automotive sector especially well-represented: glass repairers, alignment specialists, insurance agents, truck supply shops, and pawn dealers eager to trade cash for titles.

The breakfast choices are nice southern ones, including broad biscuits topped with sausage or tomato gravy and tasty grits on the side of eggs. We like lunch, too, for that is always built around an appetizing array of downhome vegetables. Pick one meat – a hamburger steak or pork cutlet for example – and side it with three such amenable companions as buttered cabbage, blackeyed peas, rice and gravy, squash, okra, or whatever the markets have that week. Meals are served on unbreakable partitioned plates that keep the various vegetable juices from mixing inappropriately.

What to Eat
Foley Coffee Shop, Pork Chop
Pork Chop
Pork chop side dish
Foley Coffee Shop, Biscuits & Tomato Gravy
Biscuits & Tomato Gravy
Biscuits and tomato gravy: popular breakfast along this part of the Gulf coast.
Foley Coffee Shop, Biscuits & Gravy
Biscuits & Gravy
Seriously large chunks of meat in sausage gravy on biscuits
Foley Coffee Shop, Fried Eggs
Fried Eggs
Eggs are cooked to order with the yolks intact.
Foley Coffee Shop, Pancake sandwich
Pancake sandwich
The pancake sandwich features an egg between two light pancakes.
Foley Coffee Shop, Beauregard’s Omelet
Beauregard’s Omelet
Beauregard's omelet has hashbrowns within.
Directions and Hours
closed now
Monday6am - 2pm
Tuesday6am - 2pm
Wednesday6am - 2pm
Thursday6am - 2pm
Friday6am - 2pm
Saturday6am - 12:30pm
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Breakfast, Lunch
Credit Cards Accepted
Alcohol Served
Outdoor Seating

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