Miss Polly’s old-fashioned, southern specialties are definitely good for the soul. Catfish, pork chops, ham-steak, and pulled-pork are popular here, although locals generally favor the unique specialties, such as fried chicken on hot buttered waffles and Polly’s BBQ spaghetti (barbequed pork or chicken with sauteed onions and peppers served over spaghetti with barbeque sauce). Less adventurous eaters will be pleased with the classics, including meatloaf, mashed potatoes, chicken tenders, mac-and-cheese, burgers, and grilled cheese. For dessert, try the skillet-fried pies (which you can also order a la mode).
In addition to lunch and dinner, Miss Polly’s is also open for breakfast. The menu offers several egg dishes (including omelets, country fried chicken and eggs, and steak or ham and eggs), as well as sausage, bacon, biscuit sandwiches, grits, oatmeal, bagels, and Miss Polly’s famous Belgian waffles.