his late-1800's wood frame building today houses a delightful country grill, featuring a varied menu of sandwiches, gourmet delights and hearty traditional southern favorites. Tuesday through Saturday, visitors and loyal regulars can relax in the rustic inside dining room, or enjoy the comfort of a country breeze on the restaurant's screened porch. Weekend dinner guests may even delight to the bluegrass sounds of live entertainment.
he Boykin Company Store, complete with old-fashioned post office, features floor-to-ceiling shelves filled with freshly-ground grits and cornmeal from Boykin Mill, plants, general merchandise, gourmet jellies, jams, candies, pickles, relishes and other temptations. Elements of the post office, however, date from circa 1874.