Who doesn't get a serious craving for southern food once in a while, or all the time? It's comforting, classic, and just plain old delicious.
Immediately upon walking in, Punk's makes you feel at home. The ambiance is great, and the decor is southern but hip with lots of ceiling lamps and dim lighting. The restaurant is crowded but should still have a table for you and your party, and you'll see people dressed in heels, jeans, or workout clothes. A combination of great music from the 80s and some country is playing, and you know you aren't going to be let down!
Mac n' cheese was the only thing we weren't crazy about -- I don't think you can ever go wrong with noodles covered with cheese, but when I order some at a restaurant, I want to to have a little flavor and some kick. It was slightly bland for our liking and for the $8.00 price, I want a little something extra. Of course, we still ate it all and it didn't go to waste!
I'll definitely be back at Punk's, and next time I go, I won't leave without ordering one of their biscuits...They looked too good to pass up.
Check out Punk's menu here -- They also do brunch and happy hour! I'll be back for those too.