My wife and I visited SoCo after a stroke-of-luck google search, and we couldn't be more pleased with our experience. Kimberly and Jeremy made us feel like the only two present, and dining inside their restored and beautifully appointed 90 year old tobacco barn (the pictures on this site are dated and don't do it justice) made the experience less farm-to-table and more farm-to-farm as we took in sunset in the midst of their 11 acre property. The food was excellent - picking a favorite course between an heirloom salad featuring iberico jamon and chevre, a soy-infused watermelon steak with pork belly, and a perfectly crackled pork shank confit remains a near impossibility. We also opted for the wine pairing, which demonstrated Kimberly's palate and their cellar's holdings. What's more, despite our admittedly nascent relationship with wine, K did not abstain from producing multiple aged and/or vintage selections, all the while educating us on the nuances of each pour and answering our myriad questions. The sweat equity in this venture is apparent, the hospitality of its proprietors true to its southern roots, and the locally sourced cuisine refreshing. Just weeks away from the addition of a bed and breakfast to the property, my wife and I are already planning to spend more time with SoCo in the near future
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