The roaring fire of the open hearth used for cooking here sets a somewhat rustic tone, but there is a real sophistication to the knowledgeable service and bold flavors of the dishes. In keeping with current trends, the premium ingredients are all sourced from the local area and the menu changes regularly. The excellent bone-in steaks are gaining acclaim, and the menu rounds out nicely with dishes like roasted trout with bacon and almonds or Mississippi rabbit with farro salad. Cozy up to the bar for a custom cocktail before dinner, and if the weather is nice, consider dining on the patio. A fun bit of trivia is that the name of this restaurant was inspired by Mark Twain's "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn".