Aside from the cuisine, there are not too many reasons to visit the South (the humidity and lingering resentment over losing the Civil War are especially unpleasant). And since Southern-style cooking doesn't get any better than this, it's possible to enjoy what makes the South great—delicious shredded pork ($10), crispy fried catfish ($8.50) and fried chicken wings ($6.50) so big they may actually be pterodactyl wings—without ever going below the Mason-Dixon line. But the real treat is on Sunday, when the all-you-can-eat buffet ($12) is served. (DW)