We went here for lunch based on a recommendation of person who lives in Myrtle Beach. I'm surprised at the mixed reviews that I didn't read before. We had the quiche, lobster bisque, and the beef flat bread stacks. The quiche and the lobster bisque were quite good although my wife said her mother would have added some more cream to the bisque. The beef flat bread stacks were juicy and the steak was cooked just right. With 2 drinks (one a wonderful ginger beer based delight) and 2 desserts we ran up a tab of $66 - and we thought it was money well spent. Also loved the decor with the art for sale; guess it's my kind of art.
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