The service was quick and friendly, but we never felt rushed or forced to make a decision. Bf had the shrimp and grits, which were packed with flavor and I had the seared sweet potato dumplings with a blue cheese fondue sauce and a green salad. My meal was unlike anything I had tasted before. The combination of the sweet flavor of the sweet potato and the tangy sharp blue cheese did not originally sound good, but was incredible. We shared the homemade apple cobbler with biscuit topping and whiskey ice cream for dessert. It was so massive that we brought most of it home and enjoyed it the next day. I didn't partake, but the beer menu was also extensive, creative and had great local options.
I loved this restaurant, mostly because of the feeling it created. Don't get me wrong, I'd visit again for the food anytime, but the ambiance was so special, I'll be thinking of it fondly for weeks to come.