Head to this hip eatery in one of Jacksonville's oldest neighborhoods if you are looking for something different to satisfy the palate. The entrée selection can be a real challenge in decision making. The Berkshire pork chop with red-eye gravy is perfectly seasoned and the pan-fried Carolina trout is remarkably flavorful. The hearty portion of poutine with smoky short rib gravy is easy to share. On Sunday evening there is a specially-priced buttermilk fried chicken dinner for two with all of the fixings. While the level of service may be sporadic at times, the cuisine is consistently amazing.
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