Elegant dishes that pair European influences with Southern-style cooking. We ordered the oso buco, which is served on a bed of grits instead of the traditional risotto, and roasted squash ravioli, homemade with locally grown squash. Dishes were excellent, although the balsamic brown butter sauce covering the ravioli was a little too heavy on the balsamic. The pistachio creme brulee topped the meal off just right, not too heavy yet unique and just the right amount of sweet. Nice choices of wine, port and desert wine set this restaurant apart, as does the casual upscale atmosphere. Get away from the chains and find something unique and new at Five Sense.
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