My partner and I dined here early(around 6) and there was plenty of room. Generally we like to have tapas to benefit from the variety of food and to see how varied the chef's expertise is. The server was very attentive and give us some good tips on the small plates. We had roasted beet salad, oysters with artichoke cream, gulf shrimp fra diavolo and boudin balls. They also serve you small biscuits with an incredible butter. Biscuits were a little dry, but the butter was incredible. I was anticipating that the beets in the salad would be warm after all its advertised as roasted, but they were cold. Otherwise, the goat cheese was a great compliment. The carmalized pecans took a little getting use to, but by the end of the plate, everything worked well together. Might have been better by just using toasted pecans or almonds. The oysters were great and the cream sauce was incredible. An excellent dish. The shrimp had a little too much tomato sauce for me, but partner was pleased. Finally the boudin balls were rather bland and the mustard remoulade was way overpowering for them. There was no room for dessert. Total bill for 2 with 2 glasses of wine was around $50. Considering the food, the service and the atmosphere, this was a great experience. Will definitely be back to try some entrees.
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