901 W. Marshall St.
Really funny coincidence: as I was driving here, I found out that the chef of this place is from New Orleans and has a Nola spin to his cooking. How funny is that!
Decor was quaint and cute,kinda like a homey kitchen feel. Like eating at the kitchen table where food is prepared kind of a feel to it. Actually, when my friends and I got there at 6, there was no waiting, but I did notice that there were only maybe 11-12 tables in the entire restaurant. When we walked out, I noticed that there was a wait list (literally) on the door, and people were waiting outside to get in. The service was ok, I think they got busy at dinner time so I had asked our waitress for napkins and she never brought them around so at the end of our meal, we asked for napkins again and she brought out a free dessert for her “absent-mindedness” which was soooo nice and unexpected. So this place is known for their sandwiches, so of course we ordered sandwiches ( the vegetarian in the group ordered a salad). The salads were alright but I believe the true gems of the night were the Goat Cheese and Grape Galette, The Corn Pudding and the Peanut Butter Pie.