Historic. In the Colonial South neighborhood on the outskirts of downtown, this eclectic eatery has the name of the owner's wife. The ambience is boisterous, but you can chalk that up to their overwhelming popularity. The open dining room is small and blends into the bar crowd, but there is ample seating on the front porch for those looking for a more tranquil experience. The menu is diverse and features fresh seafood, certified black Angus beef products, seasonal produce and decadent desserts. The staff is as eclectic and whimsical as the décor. They are energetic, fun, engaging and apt to make your dining experience an entertaining one. Saturday brunch is offered and some type of entertainment is offered nightly.