My husband and I have been here twice. We thoroughly enjoyed the food and atmosphere both times. If you're looking for high quality southern fare, I don't think you'll be disappointed. We had reservations and got right in. I have a feeling that at peak times, reservations are an absolute must.
Unfortunately, there was a wrinkle in our visit. We overheard that the neighboring table had been charged incorrectly for their meal. We didn't think much about it. We paid our bill via charge card and went on our merry way. Fast forward. We were just about back to our vehicle (about a mile away) when we received a phone call from the restaurant (they had our phone number because of the reservation). The waitress had charged the neighboring table's meal to our card and our card to theirs. They noticed they had been over-charged before they left and she fixed it, but then she realized that they had paid for our meal. The manager claimed that they could not correct the issue over the phone, so we had to walk all the way back (again, about a mile on sweltering August day). We had parked at the location of a carriage ride we had taken earlier in the day, and because it was included in the price of our ticket, we didn't want to pay to park elsewhere, and we were sight-seeing anyway so walking was part of the plan - before dinner that is! We were tired!
I will say the waitress was very apologetic and kind. I totally get that mistakes happen. She did give us two free desserts when we got back. Unfortunately, it was pecan pie, and we both despise pecan pie! Looking back, I'm surprised they didn't offer more, like a substantial discount on a pricey meal. I've been comped meals at restaurants before for much less inconvenient issues. And, if they hadn't had our phone number from the reservation, they would have been out of luck.
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