Dreams Do Come True!
In 1977, restaurants were not common. I was in a traveling business and I couldn't find anywhere to eat, so I decided that we needed somewhere for people to eat. So I asked my grandma for her old wood stove, cast iron stew pot, and fried skillets and I started cooking.
I had one customer that came by for my breakfast and I gave him a big bag of country ham biscuits, sausage biscuits, and tenderloin biscuits and sent him off to work at his construction site. He brought back 27 people with him at lunch. Now over four decades later, we are blessed to have hundreds of visitors from all over the country and world.
Grandma always told me, "Give them plenty to eat, season it well, and they will come."
So right she was!
Since those days we are now in a larger log facility. We have added music in our "Music Hall" which is complimentary with your meal. We have also added a gift antique shop.
We pride ourselves on being friendly, caring, and always serving fresh food. We don't even have a microwave or freezer. It's all fresh food from grandma's garden! We like you to feel like you are eating at your grandma's house!
We have had visitors from 106 foreign countries and every state in the United States many, many times. We have served over a million satisfied customers and the only thing we're missing is YOU!
Come on down and enjoy an evening of fun and eat all you can eat at The Hillbilly Hide-A-Way and meet my daughter, Rosana Bray Jarvis, who is looking forward to serving you and welcoming you to our home.
We look forward to seeing you!