Columbia Mom EATS :: Creekside Restaurant

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Lexington’s Old Mill, located near downtown Lexington at 711 E. Main Street, is home to many businesses – a yoga studio, boutiques, art studios, restaurants, a brewery, and most importantly to me, my chiropractor. Every time I showed up for my biweekly back-cracking, I noticed the parking lot for Creekside Restaurant was slammed. I was curious and decided to check it out the next time I had an appointment around a meal time.

This past week, I had a break in between dropping my daughter off at preschool and my chiropractic appointment. I decided to drive to the Old Mill and treat myself to breakfast at Creekside Restaurant.

Creekside is a diner-style restaurant. It’s very family-friendly and was fairly crowded for 9 a.m. on a Tuesday. I scanned the menu as I dialed into my daily conference call. It was full of stick-to-your-ribs type meals – meaty breakfast bowls, pancake/waffle/French toast plates, cheeseburgers, fried catfish, and a whole section devoted to Spam dishes.

I zeroed in on the breakfast items. The pancake/waffle/French toast plates come with your choice of bacon or sausage, and eggs cooked your way. I chose a waffle and added chocolate chips and peanut butter chips, for an extra charge. You can also add fruit if you like. I am currently four months pregnant and have a voracious appetite, so when the waitress brought my meal, I was not disappointed by the portion size.

This meal was as delicious as it was huge! I devoured everything on my plate and walked next door to lie on my full stomach for my back-cracking. I had no regrets.

Creekside is good old-fashioned country cookin’! The food is delicious and it’s a perfect place to take your family, or just enjoy a really good meal that tastes like your grandma cooked it.

Creekside Restaurant is located at 711 E Main St, Lexington.

It’s open for breakfast and lunch Monday – Saturday, 6 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Have you tried Creekside Restaurant? What is your favorite thing on the menu?

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Allison Linden is an Alabama native who moved to the Midlands in 2011 with her now husband, Darin. After marrying in 2015, Allison and Darin moved to Red Bank with their two dogs. In 2019, they welcomed a baby girl, Vivian. Allison has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and obtained her MBA in May 2019, while almost 8 months pregnant with Vivian. She has worked for a retail energy company since 2013 and began working from home during the pandemic. Her husband became a house spouse after the birth of Vivian to allow Allison to pursue her career goals. Balancing working at home and being a pandemic mom has been somewhat of a challenge for Allison, but she has thoroughly enjoyed watching her daughter grow up. Allison enjoys taking her daughter to Edventure, Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Gardens (the garden is way cooler than people give it credit for), local parks, gymnastics, and dance class. When she is not working or momming, Allison enjoys exercising, binging true crime shows on Discovery+, and occasionally having dinner and drinks with friends. Likes: Vacations, concerts, stand-up comedy, nice restaurants, bacon, juicy gossip. Hates: Yard work, driving, pants without an elastic waistband (hard pants), running.

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