Just a few bites of this food and you might think you’re in Dixie—it's that convincing. Polished concrete floors, steel chairs and whitewashed brick walls emblazoned with animal silhouettes set a modern country look, and the open kitchen’s cacophony is part of the fun. From grits bowls to fixin’s, this menu is littered with winning renditions of Southern classics. Watermelon salad, shrimp and grits, shrimp jambalaya and pulled pork sandwiches are good bets, but don’t even think about starting a meal here without the cheddar biscuits. Bourbon-glazed donuts or key lime cheesecake keep with the theme at dessert. The communal table requires advanced notice and at least eight guests—to share a suckling pig with all the fixin’s or Cajun-style seafood boil.
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