I'm thoroughly impressed with the food and service. Went with a group and shared the charcuterie (house made and as good as Publican in Chicago), the clams/mussels and the carpaccio (better than The Palm in Nashville). I had the shrimp and grits, which sounds tired until you get to the scallops and house made sausage in it, then it becomes a different dish. Butternut squash soup was sublime. I envied another diner's HUGE locally raised strip steak. Dessert were colossal - the apple pie with bourbon ice cream was worth making some room for. Service was spot on. Memphis is lucky to have a restaurant this fine.
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