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We went on Thursday last week.
Got to try a few items, and will be back soon for sure.

Starter: Thai Mussels, good, but not great, we didnt even finish the whole order, but that may be because of the generous portion.

1st entree: Shin of Beef, just ok. Only worked with all ingredients in every bite, and unfortuntely there was not enough brie or walnuts to make that possible.

2nd entree: Shrimp and Grits, these were the star of the night, believe it or not. Maybe the best shrimp and grits in town.
You have the try them.

Dessert: Lime Sorbet, it was pretty good, but priced way too high for a scoop of sorbet. Will not get that again.

Steven Doyle

I was there probably just after you were as I was sitting next to the couple pictured on the far left at the bar. We did several dishes and some flights of beer. Most notable were the sweetbreads and the shrimp and grits. Have had the mussels since then, and they were ok. Not the best season for them, we missed that a few weeks back.

Beautiful photography as usual.


Brad what were your thoughts on the food?


Shane - that's the next post.


Have you heard about Square Burger? It was listed above the Moth on Urban Spoon's "Talk of the town" for the last two days. Anyone been there?


I'm so happy someone got those stained glass pieces from the Hard Rock Cafe. I was so sad when I heard it was torn down. I can't wait to see these in person.

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