I had the roasted beet & granny smith apple salad sans the crumbled bleu cheese, which was fresh and different than the usual fare. I also had the fondant de brie au miel et menthe,
warm baked brie, local honey, fresh mint, and grilled flat bread. If you are a lacto-ovo vegetarian, this is basically what you can eat here. It was plenty. My son had the hanger steak, which he thought was not a very good cut and not very flavorful. We shared the pecan tart, which was tasty but not exceptional. The atmosphere was cozy and fairly quite. There was a guitarist/vocalist, who played folk hits from the 60s and 70s from the likes of Joni Mitchell, Judy Collins, and The Beatles. It was my favorite part of the evening. We used Open Table to make our reservations. We stayed at the Emory Conference Center; had it not been so chilly, we could easily have walked from the hotel to the restaurant.