Just because it’s on church grounds makes it a deal-breaker for you? It’s not like a sermon is given while you eat. It’s a separate dining area but obviously benefits the church. Is that so offensive? This is one of the best places in Savannah to get a home-cooked meal.
I think enginecaptain was asking for the very details you provided and wasn’t passing judgement on the place or its method of operations.
Is a sermon part of the meal ticket? That’s a deal-breaker for me.
It’s a separate dining area but obviously benefits the church. I know a lot of non-religious people who have gone and had no problems.
This place, of course, is not to be confused with the Madasa Cafe in a different United House of Prayer in Savannah. That one is supposed to be the amazing one of the two (and it’s open for lunch and early dinner 7 days a week).
Has anyone ever been to Madison Cafeteria in Savannah at the United House of Prayer For All People in Savannah. It’s a meat/three place with outstanding fried chicken/country fried steak, etc. but it’s a little out of the way. Just interested in someone’s opinion.
Madison Cafeteria & United House of Prayer for All People @ Savannah, GA………
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