Loveless Cafe cannot be mentioned without calling out the biscuits. The down-home eatery—tucked away about 30 minutes west of downtown—has been serving southern staples for more than 60 years. And it's revered the world over for those fluffy, buttery biscuits—which are still prepared with a secret recipe Annie Loveless developed back in the '50s. Despite the roadside joint changing hands several times over the years, Loveless' biscuits have remained the same ever since she began serving the travelers passing through on Highway 100. All the while, tourists and locals alike flocked to the family-friendly cafe for classic southern flavors: fried chicken, country-fried steak, pork barbecue. (We suggest the rich and hearty ilk.) In 2009, the Loveless Barn joined the compound, turning the Loveless into as much of a music destination as a place for dependable grub.