For whatever reason, restaurants that specialize in affordable lunches – which constitute the majority of the restaurants on this list – really like posting artwork featuring mottoes on their walls. Here are a few of the slogans I spotted during my numerous I-26 scouting trips:

“All I need is a little bit of coffee and a whole lot of Jesus.” – Granny’s Kitchen

“I’m so busy I don’t know if I found a rope or lost a horse.” – Stone Soup

“Farm to Table: Table to Soul.” – Le Spice

“No profanity: We prefer the language you would use in church.” – Holmes Hot Dogs

“Jesus says, ‘Come and Dine’.” – Smokin’ Wings

“Danger, men cooking!” – Pig Out

“Why worry when you can pray?” – Mustard Seed BBQ

“Add a teaspoon of love to every recipe. It improves the flavor tremendously.” – Just Desserts

“Rock their gravy boats.” – Katie’s Sandwich Shop (printed on a poster advertising Teleflora centerpieces)

“This is the life.” – Cross Roads BBQ

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