My friend and I went to eat here because we like to try new places and the ads on facebook looked great. When we got there, the first thing I noticed was that, as far as I could see, there is no 'handicap friendly' way to get to the door. All I saw were steps with the handrails to the steps blocked by tables set up outside. The next thing I noticed, as I am a large woman, was that the doors were so narrow that I could hardly fit in them, much less someone in a wheelchair or with a walker.
After getting seated by a very friendly hostess, our very attentive server came to the table and was kind enough to tell us the specials of the day and recommend some of the more frequently ordered items on the menu.
I ordered the tomato bisque soup, which was not very good, a half of a friend egg and pancetta sandwich, which was delicious, and cole slaw, which, apparently I didn't read the menu on this one because it's not like any cole slaw I've ever seen in my life, which also means, I didn't eat it. This trio was on a special called the Pick 3 Lunch Special for $14.00.
I ordered Jack Daniels cupcakes for dessert, which, the server prepared me, were a bit denser than normal cupcakes because they are called "Prohibition" cupcakes and so are not made with sugar but with Jack Daniels Honey?? They were dense alright...they had more the consistency of corn bread than cake. They were not good.
On a positive note, they serve Sprite Zero, a big plus in my book, and the atmosphere is very nice.
Would I go again? No. I see no reason. Perhaps I just done have a taste for their cuisine, but I really don't see any need to go back.