This restaurant was absolutely stunning outside and in with the beautiful, chic, and relaxing décor. The architecture was beautiful, as it was an old church, and the outdoor porch was enclosed and made for a nice dinner (although we did not sit there). Be sure to make a reservation in advance because it is fairly small and very busy. We were seated right away (because of reservation), and the server was very nice and welcoming, but she was slow. The food was pretty expensive and was just average. The chicken tacos had large sharp bones in them which was slightly unappetizing. We tried several salads and they were amazing. The one dish that is a MUST try is the blue and yellow cornbread with sweet and savoury butter.