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This farm-to-table New American spot hosts family-style dinners, butchering classes & crab boils.- Google
People talk about grass fed, crab boil, peter hoffman, brunch and shrimp and bacon
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reviewed 5 months ago
Fresh food - great atmosphere. Come sit at the bar on Monday nights for half price beer/cocktails. The food is also fresh, local and delicious. The summer brings the season of crab boils - highly recommend going to one for delicious crab, corn, and other fixins. The Back 40 (the drink) they make is one of my favorite cocktails. Enjoy!
reviewed 6 months ago
I really enjoyed the ginger infused cocktail I got. I also thought the chicken dish was one of the juiciest chicken dishes I have ever had. Great classy atmosphere and vibe. Highly recommend.
reviewed 11 months ago
Came here once with some friends who were really excited to try this place. Sadly, things just didn't really hit the spot, perhaps on an off day... The pork jowl nuggets were tasty on the outside, but mostly fat on the inside. The yuca fries weren't bad, but a little hard and got tough fast. The grassfed burger was ok, but nothing amazing and the price is a little steep. Want to give it another shot sometime.
reviewed 2 years ago
Three words: Suckling Pig Feast! Enlist up to 11 other friends and reserve a table for their 4-course Suckling Pig Feast. The little roasted porker arrives at your table on a wooden plank hoisted by two servers. You get a choice of appetizer, side and dessert for the group. Fill up on all the tasty morsels and bask in the glow from your fellow diners' envious eyes. Then waddle home in a porcine haze.
Liked: Decor, Selection, Food, Service, Atmosphere