If you are looking for well prepared local food and proper service this is the place! Whenever my girlfriend and I are in the mood to eat an amazing meal this is the place we go.
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We have recently eaten dinner and lunch here. One of few white table cloth restaurants in area. Definitely upscale feel and ambiance. Service was professional . The food , while adequate, was a bit less than I had hoped for. The oyster stew had a great taste but had been left under a heat lamp a bit too long and... More
Used TA to look for places and then made reservations using the App. Very convenient. We were not disappointed with Gourmet and every part of our meal was over the top from the services to the quantity. Highly recommend a visit to this gem.
A local favorite for fine dining. A laid back feel with an above average menu. The patio is wonderful to enjoy during fair weather, while the dining room is inviting rain or shine. The goat cheese salad with salmon is an absolute favorite paired with the complimentary bread and herb butter. Local beef or pork specials keep the men happy.
We had 30 business people for dinner some from across the world. They were treated to some amazing food, the service was spot on and the atmosphere was perfect. We had pan seared trout , petite filet, free range chicken and a vegetarian entree. All topped off with Tennessee Cheesecake and Expresso Tort. Can't say enough about Vaughn Bailey and... More
Visited on 11/12. Service was excellent. Appetizer fried oysters oyster served warm but the salmon and tarter were ice cold. Soup ham bone was too salty to eat. Pork chop too salty to eat and the bison was a bad cut of meat. Bison served with potatoes which were also too salty.
I. had been here a few years ago and loved it so I took my wife there on our recent trip. We ate outside, nice but hard to see meal as the sun went down. We had a starter, prosciutto wrapped quail, excellant but watch out for small bones. My wife had the pork chops and they were great. My... More
What a gem! Small intimate cozy atmosphere, the menu items were unique and health oriented. Both of our meals were delicious. Don't miss out on the the cornbread, served in a small cast iron skillet, definitely unique, with a smoky yummy flavor that was to die for.
Chef John and staff have given the Tricities a great place to dine on local and innovative food for quite a while now. This place is excellent for lunch or dinner and the menu offerings will satisfy any diet or food restrictions. It's gourmet but unpretentious and not just a dap of pretty food on a large plate ( although... More
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