I happened upon this place by accident and was so glad that I did! I had been out sightseeing and was ready to rest my feet and have a good meal. I was walking past and decided to look at the menu and was intrigued by some of the items so decided to go in. I asked to sit on the patio which was nice and sunny with a light breeze. I was greeted by a very friendly waiter (Dougherty - cant remember his first name...sorry dude) who was very helpful and friendly. I ordered a mule and got the fried green tomato and pimento cheese napoleon - delicious! For my entree i ordered the scallops which were over a butternut squash puree with pieces of julienned squash and carrots...so flavorful and perfectly cooked. For dessert I had the key lime pie which was delicious and just the right combo of sweet and tart. The staff were so friendly and I had such a good time.
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