This charming dining room is sort of off by itself, surrounded by several other "neighborhood" shops, (bank, classic meat market, jeweler, coffee shop, etc.) There were only a few table occupied on this almost wintery Wednesday evening. We sat in the center of the long, rectangular dining room and didn't have any problem except for one time when an oblivious couple stood there with the front door open. My shrimp and grits were delicious - the bar-b-cue sauce was so flavorful and ample shrimp too. My cousin enjoyed the brisket and his wife said her crab cakes were excellent. We ordered 2 of the cream brulee and they were prepared just right. Service was very good throughout. My only complaint is the very uncomfortable chairs. It always surprised me how restaurants expect people to enjoy an somewhat upscale meal while basically seated on a block of wood with a back on it. Ninety-plus minutes sitting on bare wood is awful - maybe it's their trick to turn the tables. I suggest you bring or ask for a cushion if you want to be comfortable. ps - one day in the future I'm going to phone an order of shrimp and grits to go!
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