This restaurant opened around June of 2011 and concentrates on local foods prepared in an upscale original style. My family and I ate dinner there one night and was very impressed with both food and service. For appetizers we had some nachos, oysters, soup, and a salad. The nachos were excellent, with an unusual sweet chili powder that made this appetizer special. The salad was greens, goat cheese, and pecans with a homemade berry vinegarette dressing and was equally good. The oysters were equally tasty, prepared in a tangy sauce that went well with the fried oysters. There was also a special cold creamed corn soup with avocado salsa. Sounds strange but very tasty and original. Two entrees in particular stood out. The first was the seared Ahi tuna, so tender that the knife almost fell through the meat. The second was the lamb and veal meat loaf with a touch of mint. I highly recommend either for a memorable meal. The restaurant is easy to find. Just exit off Interstate 65 and go east on Dauphin Street. Plenty of parking is available at the restaurant.
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