My wife and three friends enjoyed dinner before our Hauntings tour. Brenda was most fun as our waitress. Seated promptly and the daily specials reviewed. Although the menu changes with the seasons the attention to detail, spice balances and the Chefs creative fun does not. Two had the Shrimp and Grits, one had the Salmon, Red Beans, sausage and Rice, and I the Seafood Jambalaya, Cajun spiced. We had appetizers, French Onion Soup, and Lobster Tomato Bisque - Very good, Goat chesses with wild berries, humus platter were very good and huge. Way too much food, however very well cooked, presented well and delicious. No room for deserts as we ate too much, but the chocolate cake was about 9 inches high and a large portion for more than that of one. This is a great place, opens at 5 and not a minute before. There is a cottage to stay in right out back so the is convenient. NOTE the proximity to the church across the street prohibits the sale of beer and sprites, but they do have wine. (WV Law)
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