My husband and I had been wanting to try this relatively new Lexington eatery for awhile. We recently made a visit for dinner and we were not disappointed - it was fantastic! it was a nice summer Saturday evening and we decided to sit outside - to spite the rustic tables and fold up chairs it was lovely. The menu had enough variety to make it appealing without so much that it was hard to make a choice. We opted for the specials of the day: A spicy chorizo sandwich from a local supplier and a quinoa tabbouleh salad with fresh local cucumbers and feta cheese. Both dishes were delicious. We also ordered the cheese plate appetizer that had a bountiful serving of local cheese, grilled bread and condiments. For dessert we had a scoop of a local craft ice cream (Crank and Boom.) We each had a beer and our tab was just under $50 so it was very affordable too. I can't wait to go back to this restaurant - this is a place that is always trying new dishes and being very innovative in the area of smoked meats. Well worth a visit if you are in downtown Lexington.
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