This restaurant is housed in a restored 1905 mansion once owned by prominent businessman Elmer Miller. Visitors can expect small town hospitality along with a menu of seasonally fresh ingredients. Steaks, seafood and chops are offered with seasonal ingredients as well as such Southern classics as shrimp and grits, sweet potato biscuits and fried green tomatoes. The cellar bar, "Spirits Lounge," is well stocked with more than 400 varieties of bourbons. An elevator connects visitors to three floors of dining ranging from casual to more formal. If you are dining here on a warm summer evening, ask for one of the tables out on the expansive porch.