Walked here from the nearby Renaissance - and it was great! I was warmly welcomed by Morgan at the host station and served with a smile by Sarah at the bar. Went with a few tapas style dishes, including one of their self-cured meats, delightful! Thought it was pretty reasonably priced for an upscale spot! (Apparently, its sister restaurant is South City Kitchen).
Great ambiance, decor and layout. Limited outdoor dining. Open kitchen with wood fired oven. Excellent menu almost tapas style with a top notch meat and cheese tray. The meat was top quality and fresh. Staff was knowledgeable and helped with the cheese selection, app and entree. Nice wine list - we had prosecco and then a nice bottle of Oregon pinot. The fried goat cheese app is recommended. The pappardelle pasta was fresh and the pork was very tender. The pan sauteed trout was properly prepared.
My college roommate and I met up here. She is from Atlanta and suggested this place. It was fantastic. We sat outside and enjoyed watching people and had a spread of their appetizers that the server recommended. Meats and cheeses--excellent. High quality drinks too. We did not have dinner, although the colleague I brought with me, he loved it so much he came back 2 hours later and ate their again!