Here is what we had - small plates of tasty sweet corn blinis, apple and wonderful pork salad with a tangy dressing, pillowy soft ricotta gnocchi with delicious crumbles of sausage in the tomato sauce, two servings of the fresh made brown sugar bread with Berkshire pork whipped butter which we fought over, a heaping plate of crunchy grilled/roasted brussel sprouts and a main dish serving of the veggie lasagna with a velvety cream studded with fresh corn and other green veggies layered with house made crepes rather than noodles, dark chocolate mouse cake with a pistachio smear and tart pomegranate syrup and sweet tea. We shared everything. Our bill for three people who were all quite full was $96.00, including a generous tip for great service. I know the average bill is higher with the addition of alcohol which we did not have but I was amazed to be paying so little for such a terrific, imaginative, locally sourced,thoroughly enjoyable meal. Our waiter, Frank, was funny, helpful and the food came quickly. I intend to go back every time I am in Tuscaloosa to see what new things these folks come up with featuring whatever is fresh at other times of the year. I can hardly wait.
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