Quaint, historical place to visit. Food is good and plentiful. Staff is excellent. But if you are from the South, well...their fried chicken just ain't anything special.
We live in Meridian Hills and try to visit Hollyhock every month or so. The pretty Hostess with the red hair is always so nice to us and she makes the best first impression, always visits the table to check that every thing is perfect and it always is. We don't have fried chicken often, but this is the only... 更多
We "found" this place because of an accident and a detour. It looked inviting so we tried it. Found out it has been in business since 1928. And it has the look and feel of the family restaurants of the 60s or 70s. Very clean, white table cloths, good service, and very comfortable. There were about 6 tables with diners... 更多
Unfortunately, this was family and my first time eating at this restaurant. The experience was not pleasant. The food lacked any type of seasoning and the service was not great. Though it is similar to Iron Skillet, Iron Skillet wins 100% We don't intend to ever revisit this restaurant.
I don't mean to imply the Iron Skillet is better than Hollyhock, but they are so similar that it's very difficult to tell them apart. Food is served family style. You pick your entree, (I've never tried anything but the fried chicken which is addictive), then they begin with a fresh salad bowl with an extra vinegary dressing, a small... 更多