I chose this place for another night in Atlanta coz it was branded a true locovore experience. Also, I had admired the view of the second floor balcony from the previous night’s dinner. I had to start with the classic fried green tomatoes which came hot and crisp on a bed of greens and dash of dipping sauce. The tomatoes were firm and tasty though the crust a bit too heavy for my preference. The dressing complemented well, and serving was large enough (5 healthy slices) to share. Good thing I also saved room for a sample from the bread basket with excellent mini cornbread muffins and a savory light biscuit. My companion enjoyed the evening’s soup of chicken and rice. The half breast of roast chicken was tasty and juicy, a fair but not large portion and served on sweet potato mash with carrots cooked to firm with a mild sweetness. We wisely also chose to sample the sides from a list of tasty options (one for $5 or 3 for $12 at this time). We went for the sliced brussels’ sprouts, baked cauliflower and roasted mushrooms. An entire meal could easily be made from additional samplings from the list and would be quite satisfying. Dessert stayed true to the comfort food theme with a baked apple crisp also large enough to share. The wine list was adequate. Our server was helpful with menu questions.