Don't come here expecting a "regular" restaurant: it's not. It really is like eating dinner at someone's house, with couches and mismatched tables and chairs. Our server was actually the owner, so we got the inside scoop on the menu, which is written on the back of wine cartons. It's a small plates place meant for grazing. Everything is amazingly cheap, including the wines. Fresh and interesting dishes like sautéed collards in tomato broth, pork rubs with balsamic and mint and the best green beans I've ever eaten. Our bill for two was $60 with a bottle if wine and way too much food for two. We told the owner how much we loved the concept and she said: yes, this is my house and I guess if you don't like it, then you don't have to come! I loved it! Take a taxi after dark, though. The neighborhood seemed a bit dicey, but don't let that keep you from this great place. Good for a date; you can sit next to each other on a couch to eat.