We wanted a quieter, finer dining experience one night and chose this based on reviews. There are three (I think) dining spaces. It feels like an old house - comfortable and homey. We had sweet potato crusted catfish and flank steak with mashed potato pancake with Caesar salads. All was excellent - meat done perfectly, light Caesar dressing. Peach cobbler with homemade ice cream for dessert was very good. The wine list is very extensive but very expensive. We opted for a craft cocktail followed by a glass of wine with dinner. Service was friendly and appropriately timed. Pricing was as we would expect for that kind of restaurant.
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