We were very excited to try this southern comfort restaurant; so when we arrived to a packed house with a 30 min wait we were willing to do so. As we waited for a seat a couple walked in who were obvious friends of the staff and were seated in what was to be our two top. As we waited, excepting this, having worked in the service industry, a four top that came in after us was seated before us as well. Once we did get our table it took a few minutes to be greeted. We ordered our entire meal in advance having read the menu for 30 minutes. Our drinks took a considerable time to be delivered as did the gumbo, which is pre-made. The drinks, a cherry soda and a sun tea were delicious. My gumbo had little rice and no Andouille, a problem which was correct fairly promptly. We then had our mac and cheese with pulled pork delivered which was delicious. Our main courses were served rather promptly after that. The fried green tomato sandwich with potato salad. The potato salad was excellent, the sandwich was less then great. There was very little goat cheese, the bacon was so thick it was impossible to bite apart and the fried tomato fell apart from its breading. The fried chicken was similar, good taste but the breading didn't stay on, probably not properly dried before the breading process. The greens served with the chicken were over cooked and the red beans and rice were terriable. I'm spoiled with red beans and rice, having a best friend from New Orleans who makes them for me all the time. They were flavorless and served incorrectly, not mixed but rather piled atop one another. At the end of the meal I offered tips and advice as this is a new business. My constructive criticsm was met with annoyance and anger, being told the Chef is from New Orleans and knows what he's doing. I was surprised and upset with the entire experience, very disappointing from start to finish.