We had a group of 10 here on Christmas Eve (time got away from me) and we had a fairly early dinner so they could accommodate us. This was our first time here, so one of the first things we noticed, despite the fact that we ordered a wide variety of drinks, appetizers and entrees, is that there were lots of cool drinks and food being served at nearby tables. We ordered several appetizers, including the roasted garlic hummus, sweet potato chip duck confit (southern nachos, with duck fat and an over-easy egg on top--so good, we ordered a second one for the table) and fried green tomatoes. Then we had the chicken & waffles, beef short ribs (tender fall-off the bone), tasso spiced pork chops and the NY Strip and several sides too numerous to mention, but all very good. The Strip was the only disappointment: tasty but too tough. Our waiter immediately shared this feedback with the manager, who came over, apologized and offered to pay for it. We finished with dessert. We had read about the Vice Cake, so we ordered a couple for the table and it was an instant hit with everyone.
The decor is simple with naturally a southern touch, big thick wooden tables, warm and not too loud. All ingredients are fresh and locally-sourced or grown as much as possible, we understand. We will definitely be back and it really was a fun place to just eat, hang out and enjoy a good meal with family and friends.
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