I got the fried green tomatoes, with arugula and goat cheese. While the tomatoes were sliced a little tiny bit thick for my liking, the dish was drizzled with a very tasty spicy remoulade which helped, and the arugula lightened it up, too. Mark did note that our starters were sort of similar (both had tomatoes, greens, cheese); even so, we enjoyed both.
I got the crispy chicken breast with garlic mashed potatoes, braised collard greens, and mushroom gravy on the bartender's recommendation. And wow. I owe him. The chicken was absolutely phenomenal, satisfyingly crispy on the outside, juicy, tender, and flavorful on the inside, and the mushroom gravy was the right amount of rich and salty. The accompaniments were just so-so (the greens were a little tough, and the mashed potatoes were a little watery), but given the perfection of the chicken, I wasn't about to complain. Mark seconded my high praise.
We walked out of Eatonville completely stuffed and completely satisfied. While Mark and I can't afford to eat like this all the time (we'd gain a million pounds and have to buy all new clothes), Eatonville's cuisine is perfect as a special treat!