Some describe this place as hipster; no matter your take, it is a decidedly adult experience, ergo a a menu of more creative ingredients and pairings.
AAA Inspector Notes
It's a little easier to find a good steak than a French-Canadian dish made with cheese curds in Abilene, but if you venture downtown and time it right, you can pull up a seat at this small eatery that has offerings such as poutine, Scotch egg, shrimp and grits, and steak frites. The focal bar is small, the drinks strong. Housed in a vintage building with high ceilings, wooden plank floors and copious amounts of cleverly used chalk paint, this tiny place fills up quick and can get loud. Brunch has a long list of traditional favorites like biscuits and gravy but also offers things like duck hash and avocado toast. Due to the limited space, large groups and young families may find the dining room a bit constricting - there are limited tables on the sidewalk.