We went here after a friend recommended it to me, and we loved it. The place is spacious with walls filled with arts- very appealing and interesting. It was a Friday night and there was a band is playing, a bit too loud from the inside, but they had great catchy tunes and was lively.
We started with the CB&J, the bacon apple jam was amazing but the crostini could be a bit less stiff. We were disappointed by the Risotto Cakes - it came out burnt, lacked flavor and the oil tasted like it hasn't been changed. My friend and I loved the Ruth and Idgie Salad - the fried green heirloom tomatoes were fresh and complimented well with goat cheese. The Roots entree is a fabulous vegetarian dish. When it came to out to our table the aroma right out the back was somewhat sweet but very inviting. I loved grilled vegetables and these were amazing to share or eat by you.
Living in south Tampa, it's a drive to go up here. But I definitely would look forward to my next visit.
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