This location is now closed.
It’s a post office, antique store, and one of the best meat-and-three’s in town, all rolled into one. The rolls are cheap and soft, like something from your high school cafeteria. The mashed potatoes are fluffy, the butter beans porky, and the tea sweet. With some fried chicken or country fried steak, dining at Aunt Bea’s is a countrified, heavenly path to obesity.
An old favorite meat-and-three in North Chuck.
Hours: L, weekdays.