It had retained the old wooden booths and black and white tile floor. We still called in our order on a red phone at the table. The only difference was that they now bring the food to you. In our day, a red light on the phone would flash and we'd go to the kitchen window to pick up our food.
The BBQ sauce was exactly as I remember it. Bill and Betty Bassett, the original owners, must have shared their sauce recipe before they passed away many years ago. The batter-dipped fries were still good, but not as good as I remembered. Bill and Betty must not have shared their batter recipe.
It was a beautiful day, a beautiful wedding, a great lunch, and a nice walk down memory lane. Tomorrow morning before we hit the road for home, we're going up to the cross that overlooks Fayetteville atop Mt. Sequoyah. That's where we were married 32 years ago. There's a geocache up there now.