It's well worth the time to stop there but just make sure you have some time to sit back and enjoy a meal , they are not stingy with the food and it is dam good.
One Camping ( 2008 Fort McAllister State Park ) trip up there and paddling the river ( The Ogeechee River ) which eventually runs right by them we completed the trip , upstream , and pulled out.
Returned to the campground and cleaned up then went there for supper and I asked the server if I could have a 5 gallon glass of ice cold tea, she brought me a glass that had to hold a gallon of tea. She also put a large pitcher on tea on the table for refills. When the fried ( Georgia Whites ) shrimp arrived the plate was piled high with them. I remembered Oldyakers plate of catfish, hush puppies, corn, and Savannah Red Rice because it is something I like.The other guys plates were loaded with seafood and all of us ate everything and we took our time doing it. The service was excellent , as was the food and plenty of it. You do not leave there hungry.
By the way we got several refills on the pitcher of tea , it was rather warm and almost hot on that paddling trip down river , all day long , and all of us were looking forward to Loves for a meal with ICE cold tea.