Historic. The building that houses this restaurant dates back to the 1800s and the Pickled Onion, located on the second floor, has been a sweet spot to dine since 1998. The appetizers include pimento cheese dip and the heartier beef brisket poutine. There is a range of well-prepared entrée options such as braised short rib sliders, slow roasted prime rib and macadamia-crusted rockfish. The service is crisp and attentive. Closed between 5 and 5:30 p.m.