Transported to the old south when you enter this restored bank building from 1908. Food is fresh, dekicious, and homemade. Try the blackened Cajun pasta or bank fries.
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Went there not sure what to expect $$$ in our opinion. Food was average and staff seemed hurried..was looking for atmosphere for special occasion..we wouldn't go back.
Our first visit to this restaurant.... Food was good and great atmosphere... Service a little slow but waiting staff was short that night and we were told and apologized to for the slower service... Can't beat quality and quantity of food for the price. WILL...More
This is probably pretty good at bar food, but please do not try the steak. That had to be the worst steak I have been served. The vegetable side was good, but two bites and it was gone. I would not driver the 15 miles...More
When we arrived we were standing at the hostless door for a few minutes before we were approached. There were three other tables in the room. We sat at a table with a cloth tablecloth which was merely brushed off and still dirty - never...More
This is a nice place to eat, with a classic southern ambiance. It is the perfect place for a romantic dinner or business gathering. The menu features imported beers and wines. The food is very good, with southern plates such as shrimp and grits, but...More
My wife had to take care of some business in Chesterfield and decided to stop into the Bank for lunch. The service was good, but not exactly perfect. When we entered we waited to be seated until other diners told us to just pick a...More