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Posted by rob on 2013-12-16
Better when it was located at the tiny spot around the corner. It was a much warmer down hone feel. Made you feel like you were in a small country town within the city.
Posted by Patja on 2013-04-01
Loved the waffle with a little bit of a crispy edge, cakey but moist inside, sweet. Lovely fried chicken, too. Sweet staff.
Posted by GARY on 2013-03-18
What a disappointing adventure. Very small portions. One small pork shop served on a butter plate for $17.00 Ordered some sides that never arrived and still on the bill. When I brought this to the attention of the waitress she asked if i still wanted it,
Posted by Valerie on 2013-01-22
That was the first time eating there but it wont be my last. I really enjoyed the food. My collards had a burnt taste and when I complained I was given a fresh serving right away. It was much better. The waffle was a little dry but the gravy from chic
Posted by Malinda on 2013-01-21
I truly enjoyed the food..mac & cheese makes u want to slap ur mama. Needs 2 xcept credit cards, needs to serve sweet potato fries, biscuits or cornbread & a bit more renovation. The music is fantastic. Been a few times & have recommended to friends. Will
Posted by Shaun on 2012-12-14
Me and my friend came here for dinner a few weeks ago, the hospitality caught us off guard. The service was great, good food, cool ppl with a smooth atmosphere. We can't wait to go back.
Posted by steven chriss on 2012-09-13
I ate here with my family n didn't know whet to expect. To my surprise I felt right at home; on account that the waiter who happen to be a guy who is deck down n pink n jewelry made it fun just to order. "We call him the sassy waiter" his the best my wife
Posted by Andrew on 2012-07-09
Very disappointed with the new Pink Teacup! First off for a restaurant that espouses a southern cuisine to NOT have biscuits and to NOT have white gravy is absurd! But to then have a $100 minimum for a credit card is beyond the pale. Not to mention that b