If you want a break from the low country fare and are ready for an authentic, well-prepared, beautifully presented meal from the Piedmont- Italy's New Food Capital -according to Food and Wine Magazine) in a relaxed, welcoming setting give Griffin Market a try. The menu changes daily based on what is available, not just in the market, but in the chefs garden. Two standouts the night we were there; the kale tagliatelle with peas and spring vegetables which was light as air and still memorable a week later. The Vitello Tonnato was another excellent preparation. Trust the two husband and wife teams who manage/cook/serve and you will have a great experience. We're so glad we didn't listen to some of the locals who tried to steer us away from this unexpected find.