The Skillet is a good, solid Southern-style place for sweet tea, fluffy biscuits, and lots of ya'lls. The seat-yourself casual atmosphere is perfect for families with children, and nobody bats an eye if babies make some noise. The walls are decorated with vintage retail signs, license plates, and various trinkets and treasure that provide the makings for great games of Eye Spy! Breakfast is served all day long, with any egg combination imaginable and plenty of choices from the griddle. Most breakfast items are less than $6. Lunch and dinner focuses on meat and two (vegetable choices like turnip greens, stewed corn, fried okra, and pickled beets), or sandwiches and burgers. Veggies are also available as a "plate" of four, and some choices change daily, like the squash and sweet potato du jour. No dinner item is more than $10.99, and most run $6.99. The Kids Menu for ages 10 and under is decorated with characters to color and a couple of good table games. For breakfast, choices include french toast, pancakes, and an egg/bacon/grits/biscuit combination. All are $3.50, excluding a beverage. Lunch and dinner choices include burgers, meatloaf, fried chicken, grilled cheese, a veggie plate, and country-friend steak. Lunch is $3.75 and dinner is $4.50, excluding a drink. Desserts ($1.95-$2.75) are good and homemade, like the pie of the day and strawberry shortcake. Having been around for 25 years, The Skillet has built a loyal following. This means you'll likely have to wait if you go mid-morning on weekends. But the sweet tea is addictive, the biscuits are served hot, and who couldn't use a little more ya'll in their life?