Well, like everyone says, we had to wait about 45 minutes to an hour to be seated. We did go at peak dinner time on a Friday night. Maybe it's better on other nights/times. Upon being seated, it was extremely noisy. I could barely hear my friend across the table from me. It was difficult to carry on a conversation. I noticed that they had some outside seating, which is probably quieter. My wife and I shared a small Butter Lettuce Salad which was very good, with lettuce, bacon, bleu cheese crumbles, radishes with a buttermilk dressing. I ordered the Braised Pork shoulder over beans. The pork was excellent, literally pull-apart tender. The beans were good, if not unusually large beans, not something I've had before. My wife ordered the Shrimp and Grits. Even though I am originally from the South, I had never tried grits before, and neither had she. So it was a novelty order if nothing else. My wife loved the shrimp, plump and juicy. The grits were so-so. The closest thing I can equate them to would be Cream of Wheat. Kind of bland. One of my friends had the Buttermilk Fried Chicken, which came highly recommended, and he said it was the best fried chicken he had ever had! The prices were a tad high. About $40 plus tip for my wife and I. We generally don't spend that much at a restaurant, but all in all, I would say it was worth the experience at least one time, or on special occasions. We might go back for a birthday or something.
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