A friend described this place as an "upscale diner." I guess that's as good a description as any except that breakfast is not served. Four of us went for dinner. This place used to be called the Cast Iron Kitchen and before that it was a Libby Hill seafood restaurant. The good news is that it has been thoroughly renovated for the better. It's clean and bright and decorated with High Point University as its focal point. The menu is huge. So are the servings, and the prices are (dare I say) surprisingly low. The grilled salmon got great reviews, as did the Penne vodka pasta and grilled salmon salad. I went traditionally Southern with chicken fried steak which was good. Everything seems to come with two sides, and the ones we chose were as much a reason to visit as the entrees. Thumbs up for the collard greens, yams, green beans and baked potato. Beer selections are limited to bottles of Bud, Bud Light, Corona and Goose Island IPA. A tap is coming. So is wine. The glasses are on order(?!). Service was enthusiastic. By the time we left at 6:15 on a Saturday the place was filling up. This is definitely worth at least another visit.
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