We dined here a year ago and had wanted to return. Though we had a later reservation, we showed up early (as in, not quite 5:30), as we had hardly eaten all day and were really hungry. We sat outside and probably due to both the early hour and the heat, were by ourselves--at least, I don't remember anyone else! I had a gimlet to start and my husband a whiskey sour, both quite tart and no mixes in sight. Very refreshing. We couldn't resist sharing the potstickers as an appetizer--four large ones, so more than enough for the two of us. They were quite spicy, and very good, though I'm no potsticker authority. He had the filet, served with an amazing corn pudding (which reminds me, their cornbread is the best anywhere). I had the rack of lamb with cheese grits and asparagus ... sooo good, and I took half of it with me because I really wanted to try the sticky toffee pudding. And I'm glad we did, because it was really wonderful. We had glasses of a Malbec with the main course, very nice. Service was pleasant and attentive without being overbearing. You will definitely spend money on a meal here, but to me, it's worth it.
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