We sat at one of their stone tables with the little fire pit that ran down the center of the table, which was welcome since it was unseasonably cool. All seating is outside, tables scattered under terraced trees and overlooking the main street in quaint, downtown Highlands. Turkey/Apple/Brie on ciabatta had a thick slice of turkey breast meat, not deli slices with cooked, instead of raw, apples. The big pieces of crumbled bacon in the Shrimp and Grits added a delicious addition. Glass of "featured" wine was a bit pricey - $15, but it was a really good wine. :-) It was busy and the kitchen was a little slow, but our server, Amanda, was the highlight of our meal - fun and engaging, so we didn't mind the wait a bit.