Situated inside the bustling Duncan Junction country store, a place that sells gasoline, fishing bait and cold beer, Rebecca’s Grill is a no-frills haven for anyone in search of a quality hot meal.
covered with classic red-checked gingham fill the dining
area. Vintage tin signs prettify the walls. The faint clinking of video poker
machines wafts in the backdrop. On any given day, you'll see overall-laden codgers sipping tea and coffee from foam cups, carrying on as if they
don’t have a care in the world.
are taken at the counter, but experienced female servers take over from there.
Tea is poured from a simple plastic pitcher, always with a courteous smile.
the hearty entrees available here are fork-tender BBQ pork ribs, country style
steak, meatloaf and—on Fridays—fried seafood. Side items such as steamed
cabbage, black-eyed peas, squash and mac & cheese are all reliable stocks-in-trade.
Proprietor Edward King, who grew up in nearby Garner, named the establishment
after his now college-aged daughter. His cooking is so well-regarded that he stays
busy with catering events for churches and local businesses, never mind
numerous pig pickin’s.
early as 5 a.m., customers arrive to get their fill of eggs, grits, hash
browns, pancakes and other breakfast fare. Rebecca’s
Grill is open for breakfast and lunch Monday through Saturday. Major credit cards are accepted.