President’s Day dawned beautiful and sunny so my mom, daughter and I went to eat in Greensboro, GA.
HA! You know I love my Photoshop!!! Actually it was my mom, sister-in-law Diane, and I who went to eat lunch but I didn’t Photoshop them into the booth. They were a little camera-shy so I respected their exclusionary wishes. Had they known how beautiful I could have made them, I’m sure they would have clamored for inclusion.
We went to the Yesterday Cafe. It is a sweet little diner with old photos adorning the walls. Lots of veteran’s photos and interesting captions.
They also had a guest book at each table for entertaining reading and signing while you waited for your meal.
Not the typical response but it was worth a photo!
The Fried Green Tomato BLC (Bacon, Lettuce, and Cheese) didn’t disappoint. I guess I should have lifted the cheese so you could get a good look at the tomatoes. They were fried to perfection and served with the best horseradish sauce I have ever eaten.
We walked around town a bit. The county seat of Green County is in Greensboro. It was founded in 1786. Currently the population is about 3300 people making it a charming small town destination in Georgia.
The Yesterday Cafe is in the building to the left of the insurance sign.
One wonderful store sold Georgia artisan artworks and products. I was trying to sneak a photo because sometimes art places don’t like you taking photos. So I was very proud of myself to get this one only to find one of the gracious salesladies about 4 feet from me. Remind me never to commit a crime because I will be caught instantaneously.
The outside was just as charming. Why don’t my winter pots look like this?
We also went across the street to an antique shop.
Shopping completed and lunch eaten, we headed back home. It was a nice break in the winter routine.