We had a very nice dinner at Boulevard Diner after a long day of driving from Orlando to the Charleston, SC area.
We started with fried green tomatoes. They were thinly sliced but hot and flavorful, served with a (shrimp?) remoulade that had a bit of a horseradish bite to it. Very good.
For my dinner I had the pork chop special. It was very good. The pork chop was cooked to a medium but very tender. It was served with a peach chutney that was wonderful. It was served with collard greens that were cooked just right--they were tender and flavorful but not mushy. It was served on a bed of blue cheese grits.
Tommy had the prime rib, it was cooked medium rare and quite juicy. It was served with asparagus that was nice and crisp. But what he liked the best was the potatoes--he says they were the best potatoes he ever had. Red potatoes cooked in the skins, roughly mashed, with a bit of cream and onion and butter. They were to die for indeed.
The service was attentive and fast, too.