I liked this place - we wanted to sample something that you don't get on the east or west coast, something more "heartland USA" with farm fresh ingredients, including corn. This place achieved the mark - good cooking, fabulous flavors, and all made from local produce. Four of us ordered a variety of small plates and a few main courses to share (9-10 dishes) - it was all good, some very good. Chef Orr personally delivered the tasty garlic fries to the table. I particularly enjoyed the vegetable dish, Chicken Michigander (with cherry bourbon reduction), and the Wild Bianca pizza with shitake and oyster mushrooms. There is an eclectic decor; I liked the farm implements dangling from the ceiling. Service was good. The desserts also looked delicious (e.g., berry cobbler) but we were full. Will have to come back for more!