Went there with a group of co-workers on a Wednesday evening. The sitting is very nice, almost reminds you of being in the French Quarters in New Orleans. Has a good variety of food (chicken, beef, pork, salads, etc.) I did not have it, but some of the people had the fried chicken and others had the chicken fried steak. All claimed both were really good. Homemade style sides (two with a main dish), along with really good rolls. A nice wine and beer selection, even though they were out of the Pinot Noir on the evening I was there.
They had a solo musician playing a combination of blues, rock, and soul. He was very good, but not so loud that you could not have a conversation. Prices were reasonable; meals very reasonable, wine a little more expensive ($6.75 per glass for a brand that should be available for less than $15.00 per bottle). As normal, they add the tip (18%) to groups of 8 or larger, but will separate the checks.
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