The Cordon Bleu-trained chef/owner serves upscale Southern comfort food in this 18th-century home in the historic district. The restaurant, which has won "best of" awards since it opened in 2002, features two dining rooms, porch dining and a communal table to meet new friends or to seat your own group. The menu is truly a fusion of flavors. Influences from Italian, Asian, Southern, Southwestern and Caribbean cuisines are brought together with fresh, local ingredients. The overall effect is food with familiar names but tastes that are over the top. Each dish is perfectly blended to please the palate. This is a great spot for a discerning diner looking for a great meal in a very casual atmosphere.