I was pleasantly surprised by Greenville's dining scene and by this good choice. The aesthetics of the restaurant were a delight to the eyes as the plates were a treat for the palate. We sampled a few small plates and found their offerings quite good. I had a meat and cheese plate followed by crispy brussel sprouts. The servings were appropriate to the price. The two complaints I would have is that while I made a reservation, when we got there we could not be seated outside in a more pleasant setting as, I was told, "those seats were reserved". Not sure how one does that, but it was my impression that I had done that. All evening, there were seats available as we sat in doors. While the inside is pleasant and full of glass to see outside, the glass and steel interior creates a din of noise. I repeatedly had to ask by friend to repeat himself. The room needs some sound dampening features.
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