During our visit on Christmas weekend, we came here for an early light dinner. Since I had driven from Pittsburgh, I chose not to drink any alcohol. We had a small party of 4, with one a vegan.
I believe the menu changes with the season. I liked the skirt steak with fries, fries in duck fat, roasted Brussels sprouts, sweet potato gnocchi, beef sliders. For dessert, the pistachio creme brûlée was OK; I think there was a hint of coconut, which I am not crazy about. Too bad there was no bread pudding, and there was a problem with the ice cream machine.
This place was promoted as tapas style with a Southern twist.
A quick glance at the wine list indicated that they had some good drinks, nice selection of bourbons.
Overall, a good meal with good food and ambiance.
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