This place was recommended by some friends. I thought it was an older restaurant but it is fairly new, about a year. The building is old and used to be a cab company. The insides are really well done. The menu is rather eclectic. They have lamb which is not done a lot here and we have missed it. My friend had the roast lamb sabdwich, I had the brisket and Poblano chile chesse burger.
It was quite good. The french fries were quite crispy. A side of onion and pickles is with each sandwich; my friend pronounced them wonderful. Wait staff was very helpful in helping us move through the extensive menu for lunch. I was disappointed they had removed the oyster frittata from the menu. They need to update their website because there were some things they do not make anymore, but I asked if they made their own pimento cheese and they do. She brought us a sample and it was quite good. This will make a good place to eat lunch near downtown.
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