This beautiful Southern Colonial building was historically a boarding house run by Miss Mary Bobo (her descendent, Frank Bobo, became the fifth master distiller of a total seven to date at Jack Daniel’s). She was famous for her cooking, and her strict adherence moral code. People who smuggled in booze were thrown out. The boarding rooms have been converted into dining rooms with a big central table in each that they weigh down with every delicious stereotype of Southern cooking you’ve ever seen on television. There is a host in each room who talks about the history of the building while you pile your plate with crunchy fried chicken portions, slow cooked pork, and apples baked in butter, sugar and Jack Daniel’s until they are more confection than fruit. There are pickled onions and beetroot as acidic ballast, plus there’s creamed corn, lima beans, a creamy cabbage bake with a crunchy topping like macaroni cheese, and sweet tea to quench your thirst. But the true heart-stopper comes at the end with a serve of chess pie, the famous southern desert made of eggs, sugar, butter and vanilla. You can even grab a recipe book at the gift shop afterwards if you want to do it all again at your place.