I'm always a little leery of group think over the hot dining concept du-jour, so although I do support the local concept (I am a farmer's market regular), I also expect good execution for the money I'm paying, not just 'it's local so it must be good' hype. The pork ragu was really, really good. My wife's trout was good too. The Bibb salads were underwhelming. The candied peanuts in it distracted from the dish particularly. A nice selection of local beers both on tap & in bottle. The Hardywood Singel from Richmond I had on draft was an excellent micro beer in the ever expanding universe of underwhelming new microbrewery ventures. I'll definitely be trying to find that one around town, nice call by Local Roots to offer it. The service was excellent. The room is nice, but I wouldn't call it romantic by any means. We'll definitely be back.
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