From the outside, O'Henry's looks like any small restaurant, but when you walk through the door, the magic begins. First of all, It's much larger than expected. The refurbished building (I think it used to be a gas station) is clean, well-decorated, and inviting. The staff is friendly, and if he's there, the owner sometimes comes by to ensure that you are enjoying your meal. And oh, the menu! This place actually has a REAL chef, and the food reflects it. You can get something as simple as a burger with all the fixings to sophisticated dishes. There is a variety of appetizers and drinks. Dress is casual, and there's a big screen for watching the big game. O'Henry's is well worth the drive if you live out of the county.
I have been blessed to be able to travel all across the United States, Mexico and the Bahama's and I can honestly say that I have NEVER eaten at a better Catfish House anywhere. Payton Creek is by far the exeptional eating experience. You will not be sorry!!! All of their food is fresh, and hot, and I can not say enough about the friendliest wait staff in the industry. Everyone is greeted with a warm smile and a friendly hello. If you want the best food you have ever eaten, at a price you and your family can still afford, at a place you are made to feel like family, then Payton Creek Catfish House is the place for you to go. Once you eat at Payton Creek, you will be hooked.
As a pizza connoisseur I know like most people the best pizza comes from the northern Midwest. The brick oven comes close but no cigar, why? The crust and cheese are very good but the other ingredients are lacking instead of buying hamburger and sausage at a store and pulling it apart and throwing it on a pizza like most cheap and less than mediocre Chainz they buy their sausage and hamburger in bulk, what looks like frozen rabbit turds and don't taste much different