Went last week and should have posted earlier. Funny how a bad meal last night went up right away, but a great and fairly cheap brunch took me a week. I fear I am getting curmudgeonly in my rapidly approaching old age.
Everything was simply wonderful. This was far from a high-end sanitized white linen establishment. It was much more like being welcomed into a family meal. It was warm and comfortable and easy from start to finish.
The food is equal to the finest soul food I've ever had. Fried chicken and fish, baked chicken, fish and meatloaf with gravy, greens, yams, mac n cheese, cornbread. I want some more right now of all of it.
Only one member of our large party missed having alcohol with her brunch. They don't allow alcohol of any kind in the restaurant. After paying more than 3x the money for food at Fromagerie last night and none of it in the same league as At The Table, I can live just fine without the option of paying $12 for a ginger margarita for a meal.