Rooted in Family
Craft’s on Church Street is family-owned, and our family’s roots carry into our menu. Formerly known as Miss Dot’s, Craft’s on Church Street has revamped our aesthetic and menu, and we’re excited to be back and better than ever. Our owner, Craft O’Neal, Jr. and his father became partners with Tyre Stuckey and Tim Ferguson, former owners of Miss Dot’s, a few years ago. The O’Neals began managing Miss Dot’s at the end of 2018 and assumed full ownership of the restaurant in August 2019. O’Neal is a third generation restaurant owner. His grandparents started Zoës Kitchen in 1995, so restaurant know-how and a passion for serving others runs in the family.
We’ve remodeled the interior of the restaurant, making it the perfect environment for lunch and dinner. And if you prefer to eat outside, our sidewalk tables are just the place for gathering safely while taking in the beautiful views of Church Street in Crestline Village.
Creative Menu with New and Classic Favorites
If you enjoyed eating at Miss Dot’s, there’s no doubt you’ll love Craft’s on Church Street. We still offer many of the same Southern classics such as our famous fried chicken, but there’s more to enjoy now inspired by O’Neal family recipes — from wraps, bowls and salads to mac and cheese, fried chicken and quesadillas, there’s something for everyone. Whether you want to enjoy a night out with the family or happy hours with friends, Craft’s on Church Street is ready to serve you. Come see our newly renovated restaurant and try out some new menu items — we’re sure you’ll be back for seconds.