Located in Soulsville, The Four Way serves classics like chicken fried steak, turkey and dressing, smothered cabbage and fried green tomatoes. Picture your grandmother’s kitchen table on Sunday after church. That’s The Four Way.
Aside from rich, stick-to-your-ribs fare, the restaurant also has a rich history. It served as a frequent meeting spot for civil rights activists during the 1940s through the 1960s, and served Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Stop in for lunch or dinner and get a history lesson from the photographs lining the walls.
Pro tip: don’t leave without a slice of strawberry cake.