The log cabin housing this welcoming café doesn’t just look old—a couple of early settlers built it in the early 1900s. Today, the café serves Southern-inspired food with a local, seasonal flair. Every day kicks off with a hearty brunch, served until 3pm, which stars fried chicken and waffles, Cajun eggs benedict, and biscuits and gravy. Lunch consists of soups, salads, and burgers, while dinner gets more upscale with dishes such as brick chicken, pork neck ragu, or a duck ramen bowl. Don’t leave without sampling the café’s specialty, pig candy—rich candied bacon crumbled over a salad or served as an appetizer. The lovely patio makes for fine al fresco dining in summer.