I have eaten here four times since they opened and the best was lunch which was the southwest chicken sandwich on a soft flat type bread with curly fries. Being picky & careful about diet I personally have a problem with the dinner menu which is limited. One example is the pecan chicken dish (molasses) finished with honey, & butternut squash, something I would never order as too sweet. For dinner I ordered the tuna quesadilla. I would say the tuna is way overcooked in order to bake the quesadlila. Another occasion I ordered a burger out of frustration which they say is medium unless otherwise specified. It was too well-done. I would say you can better burgers elsewhere. My most recent dinner was the slow cooked brisket sandwich. It was dry, overdone and not like any brisket I ever ate. My friends had the shrimp & grits which they said was good but to my way of thinking a little pricey for six med. cajun shrimp and huge mess of grits, mostly left. We had a starter of fried okra with remoulade sauce--pretty tasty. I think this place is friendly, professional and doing their best but they may need to expand their menu a little more health conscious & varied. Decor is modern confortable & clean.I do know it is southwest/southern menu which is great if you like it.
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