Historic. Located in a historic building with exposed brick walls and dark-wood appointments, this property is somewhat reminiscent of a roadside inn from bygone days. The quality of the ingredients and the chef’s skill combine to create flavorful, upscale dinner dishes, such as the rosemary confit lamb shank. The lunch menu features sandwich fare, including the infamous “Tur-Duck-En Burger” and the “Black-Eyed Pea Cake Sandwich.” The dinner menu includes ancho-crusted rib-eye steak, wagyu beef chicken-fried steak and a host of small plates. The classy pub setting in the historic district will add to your dining experience.
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