Located in repurposed industrial/warehouse space, this restaurant was just what I was looking for - a place where I could sit quietly and read a book while dining leisurely on tasty cuisine. It was a soft, warm Carolina evening evening and I chose to eat outside; the staff seated me at a quiet table away from others and under an overhead light which was good enough to read by. The outdoor seating is on what appeared to be originally a long narrow loading area for freight. it was up several steps from the parking lot (perhaps the height of a freight car door), so while I was conscious of the parked cars, I was seated above them and looked out over them to other buildings and landscaped areas. It was also surprisingly quiet. I enjoyed a lovely goat cheese salad topped with a filet of salmon along with a generous glass of pinot noir and some freshly-toasted bread with whipped butter (you have to ask for the bread, as they prepare it order by order). The goat cheese was very mild and was encrusted with candied pecans that blended perfectly with the accompanying blueberries and strawberries. The balsamic vinaigrette dressing was just right, the salmon was tender, flaky, and delicious. Creme brulee for dessert with a cup of decaf provided a fitting end to the meal. There was never any pressure to finish up - all in all exceedingly pleasant. Highly recommended.