Enter through the screen door, walk down a few steps under the antique ceiling fans, take a seat at one of the booths, and meet Annie, the friendly owner. More than anything else, this is a breakfast spot. You can settle for the normal bacon and eggs, sausage and toast. But, Annie warns, you can't come to her place without trying one of her variety of pancakes. There are some lunch and dinner offerings consisting mostly of chicken. But if you're going to make a special trip to Ann's Diner, do it in the morning and order blueberry pancakes along with grits and a biscuit. If the conversation with Annie doesn't keep your attention, she usually has the television and jukebox going.