Somehow I think this restaurant might be for Generations X and Y.
The decor, staff, and website all present an artsy laid-back appearance that say "date night."
The well stocked bar and extensive menu present such a range of choice that actually looking at a few menu options on their website before arriving is a good idea. Food ranged from delicious and well-presented baked oysters, beet and parsnip salad, savory triggerfish with perfectly done squash to a ho-hum plate of tough pig ears, pork that was just ordinary, and shrimp and grits that tasted a lot better than it looked. Desserts were massive but over the top sweet and dense. Somebody in the kitchen needs to lighten up the menu in order to pay attention to each dish. Part of the problem is the crockery...dishes throw silverware off or swallow the food, and, yes, why serve bread in a cold pot? I expected much more from these fine chefs using local food.
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