- Full bar
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining
- Garage Parking, Parking Lot Available, Valet Parking
- Reservations Accepted
The best items here are the TV Dinner (the items on the tray rotate regularly throughout the week), the meatloaf meatballs and the chicken pot pie. As far as everything else goes, you’re taking your chances. The fried chicken had a lot of potential but tasted as if it were fried in old oil. The foie gras was cool and missing the promised quail egg. The queso flameado was a goopy, broken mess of oil and cheese curds. Our hope is that once it’s been open a few more months, the kitchen and service will catch up to a worthy vision of reimagined Southern favorites in a casual setting.
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