Historic. Elegance abounds in the restored, circa 1892 house, with candlelight, flowers, antique china and crystal setting the scene for a romantic evening. The meal unfolds at a leisurely pace with formal service. The prix-fixe menu is French Continental with a Southern twist, with entrées like pan-roasted salmon and rack of lamb. Options include a five-course premier menu, a seven-course grand, and nine-course chef's tasting menus. A 20 percent service charge is assessed. A minimum of 24 hours notice is necessary for dining at the chef's table—a treat for the true gourmand, with up to 12 courses, available to parties of four to eight guests.