This place has lots of character and lots of very interesting menu options. Local farm to table - we ordered 2 entrees and 3 small plates- sticky rice with chicken, marinated pork shoulder, beet salad, corn billini and carrot soufflé. Our favorites were the corn thing and the pork shoulder. Each menu item has a very unique combination of ingredients/ we could picture the chef coming up with some of the concoctions- we had two specialty cocktails which were good and a local beer. Bread is NOT complimentary but is delicious- baked with brown sugar. The waiter raved about their homemade butter which was made with pork butt but we really didn't care for it and it didn't taste like butter. Small plates were mostly served on cutting boards. We had rice pudding and a chocolate espresso mousse cake, which was by far the better of the two. $120 for the 3 of is but we ate a lot and had 1 drink each plus dessert. We were just passing through- but glad we stopped . Dress is casual- bar looked like it had a nice crowd by the time we left.
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