This place is tucked away off the main roads, but not hard to find. The parking lot is way small for the building, but there is plenty of street and lot parking a quick walk away. We were there just at the start of dinner time and our wait was reasonable, less than 30 minutes, the waits were getting longer. It seemed like its crowded inside, but after we sat it was fine. The tables are not to close together, which is a refreshing change and the ambient noise and music are reasonable. Our server came over quickly and we’d ordered several sides and appetizer and just one entrée to split. The waiter or kitchen took care of pacing the meal out to us so we constantly had new dishes coming out as old ones were empty. They were busy, so this attention to detail was impressive. To the food, they really do hit the mark. Good quality ingredients that are simply prepared and the center points of the dishes and the sauces and dressing is where the creativity shows, very nicely balanced. One point to note, the appetizers are smaller portions than is common, but are priced accordingly. The proportion of the entrée and sides were normal though. When you’re there make sure to get something involving corn, we had cornbread and several cornmeal crusted items and they were sweet and fresh tasting. I hadn’t had any good restaurants experiences in this part of town prior, so in the future I’ll start walking past those others and head straight to Whisk.