This restaurant may have at one time been good, but based upon my experience I'm not sure how or when. Someone said that the chef thinks that "if a litte is good, a lot is better" and that in cooking this is not the case. The sauce is way over the top with vinegar. We asked about their speciality and they indicated pork and the pork chops. Two of us ordered the pork chop and opps they only had one. This is on a Saturday evening. Only one and that is a go to dish, heck run to the local grocery store. Some of us then ordered pork loin and it was extemely dry and over cooked complimented with the nuclear vinegar sauce. I have to say the grits were done perfectly. Everything else was less than I could fumble around and do at home on my own. I'm surprised they did not run out of sweet tea. I can't imagine this place being any better under any circumstances. This is a case study in waiting for "Restaurant Impossible".
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