We agree with another reviewer: there are better dining experiences in Augusta. While the food could be good, and the focus on local sourcing is nice, our recent experience was very disappointing for the following reasons:
1. There was gravel in a salad that could have broken a tooth. When shown to the server, he argued that it was a peppercorn, despite the fact that it tasted like, and had the consistency of gravel. Also, the salad was proudly described as having Pt. Reyes blue cheese, heirloom tomatoes and balsamic vinaigrette. There were about 6 tiny bits of cheese and exactly 2 cherry sized heirloom tomatoes. You couldn't taste the balsamic.
2. A $34 rib eye steak was ordered "medium" by a diner who would have eaten it if served medium rare. It arrived very rare, verging on what is called "black and blue." Of course, it had to be returned to the kitchen for another 10 mins. or so, while the other diner could choose to eat her meal while hot or wait for dining partner's dinner to be returned. (No offer was made to take her plate away and keep it warm.) The steak returned at medium to medium rare, so the temperature would have been acceptable if deliverd that way originally; it had suffered from the cutting and two firings.
3. The service was really poor. In addition to the inhospitable response to the problem mentioned in #1, above, we had to ask for bread, and for replacement of the bread plate on which gravel was removed and cutlery removed after first courses. The server was not well informed about the food choices (other than being able to repeat the descriptions he'd been given) or the wines. Most importantly, he was not properly trained to deal with the issues that arose, as servers must be in restaurants that have aspirations like Frog Hollow does.
The restaurant is also very noisy.