I wanted to see 'Pavarotti' on Father's Day and it was a stirring documentary. The Jacob Burns in Pleasantville was a good intimate spot to take it in. We were a bit hungry when we left so we headed to The Southern Table off Marble Ave. It was our first visit, and right from the start quite pleasant, though noisy.
The dining room was full so we sat at the bar, and the manager was quick to fill our cocktail order as we grazed the menu. My southern girl and I decided to do a round of their appetizers. To start: Fried Green Tomatoes with dipping sauce, and a Wedge Salad. Both were large orders, as seemed the case with most plates we saw passing by. And both were tasty. We followed with: Collard Greens and a side of Mac and Cheese. Again, large orders. First taste of the Collards and my companion declared: 'That's the way I remember them as a child'! They were damn good! Never got to the main courses. We will be back...www.southern-table.com
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