This was my first visit wit my family of five. We were unable to get a prime time seating so we opted for what they had a available at 5:30. By the way it was Saturday night before Mother's Day. when dining at any establishment during a peak occassion, I always excuse certain things because it may not be a true example of what the restaurant has to offer or the quality food prep from the kithcen. Now, what you really want to now. The location is in a great place. The ambience and overall decor is nice not over the top. An often overlooked quality is the ability to talk to others at the table when the restaurant is slammed. They did a great job of sound proofing loud zones and we were able to communicate. The service was fine. The quickly hastened ordering was not followed by quick kithcen to table turnarounds. ( again, I can excuse that due to the night).
Most importantly , the food. Well, lets say it was not that good. My dish, "Grilled Snake River Farms Kurobuta pork loin and crispy tasso spiced cheek meat over Low Country dirty rice with sautéed Kale and Green tomato gumbo" was over cooked. No natural juices what so ever. A big pice of dried non flavorfull pork. The kale had loads of grit in it and it was like parched news paper. Two of our party had the grilled New York strip cooked medium rare- per the chef. It was tough and full of muscle. They did like the potatoes. Two others had the chicken and it was delicious. I will go back soon and hope to have the same experience as many others have noted especially with an average per person ring at $40.
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