I was there Friday, November 2, 2012. my wife and i were one of the first ones there at 6:30 pm so we sat at the bar to wait for our dinner companions. the place has not gotten their full liquor license yet, so we ordered a glass of wine from their list and they were served in stemless, which is something new for me and kind of set a tone. as our friends arrived and we were seated, we ordered more wine and appetizers and the lighting went down and before i realized, the place was packed. my impression was that it was a fairly sophisticated crowd. i didn't see any tee shirts, shorts or flip flops (except for one guy who wore jeans and flip flops and embarrassingly, he was sitting at my table, but he was wearing a nice polo shirt.) I was told that there were HSN models at the table next to ours and casual corporates with their dates all around.
we had stone crab lettuce wraps which were delicious (served cold), salt and pepper cracker jacks (which wasn't really my thing, but i think it was whimsical and fun) and the burratta, which was heirloom tomatoes and cheese and sauce which was also good.
my entree was chicken and waffles, which i enjoyed, but my only issue was that the chicken to waffle ratio was off. there was too much chicken to too few waffle. the flavor was great, but it was a massive piece of fried chicken. my dinner compatriots raved about the tuna which seemed tar tar but possibly seared around the edges. they said it melted in their mouths.
of course we finished with dessert which i recall enjoying very much, but by then, we had finished our third bottle of wine (and flip flop boy only drank beer, so the remaining five of us took care of the wine) and i just can't recall what was for dessert.
overall, it was a lovely place, but small, so it fills up fast. go and enjoy, the place is a jewel.
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