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Posted by Trevor Inroch on 02/04/2014
Cuisine difficult to define. Cajun? But very pleasant and some quite original courses as breaded pickles. Great variety of beers, and also several root beers. Very friendly atmosphere.
Posted by Ming on 11/09/2013
Delicious food. Mushroom gravy & chicken is scrumptious, tender and seasoned to perfection. Drinks are great. Expect a line at the door for brunch.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/30/2013
great looking restaurant, but food could be way better! The Worst Fried Green Tomatoes I have ever had! Breaded in grits and the breading falls off when you dip it. Crust was dense, gritty and flavorless. Then came the biscuits with eggs and sausage gravy. The gravy and sausage were so bland and flavorless, but the biscuits were delicious. All in all not a memorable meal , don't think I'll be back anytime soon.
Posted by Trevor Inroch on 05/12/2013
Difficult to tell which cuisine it represents, but very ingenious courses with excellent quaility. Nice young crowd.
Posted by Henry on 10/16/2012
Went to this place not to long ago, was so not in the mood to eat but after taking bites of the Mac n cheese I just could not stop it was so amazing, we also had order this honey chicken with grits and anything with grits is amazing!!! We also had two drinks which mine tasted water down but was whatever, the service I had to say really sucked, we were seated really fast on a busy day so that was nice but seriously waited 35 mins to be given our silverwear and we never received water, the host kept looking at us but never ask if our Waiter had seen us, so I took it upon myself to get up and ask a waiter who's is ares then finally a man showed up, other then the service this place is really good, I'm make trips all the time to the upper west just to eat here.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/05/2012
Tons of comfort food will get you through a nice session of domestic brews. I really liked this place and plan to head back there often.
Posted by Mich on 04/27/2012
I've been on the UWS for so long that I can admit being slightly bored after being spoiled and trying almost all of the restaurants in the neighborhood. A frequent complaint of my boyfriend is the lack of beer selection at most bars and for the first time we found a place with great beer and great food. The one disappointment was that the hostess said we would be waiting for 20 minutes, which turned into 40 minutes. But once seated, our waitress was incredibly attentive and took our order, cleared our plates, and was available in spite of the incredibly crowded restaurant. The music, at first, was really uncharacteristic of the vibe and tended to be a lot of club music at too high a volume. I ordered the honey chicken sandwich and my boyfriend ordered the sausage gravy and they were both amazing. Unfortunately the biscuit was a bit hard, but the majority of it was soaked in honey or gravy, so it went unnoticed mostly. The grits were so creamy and generous in portion and the fried oreos were awesome. This was certainly a memorable date night, taken out of the routine of UWS dining.