Excellent addition to Birmingham's restaurant scene. Dare say, its the best restaurant in dtown Birmingham. Simple fare, local ingredients. The prices were reasonable as well.
Ambiance: We sat outside, so it was the typical Birmingham parking spot converted into a dining area. Nothing special there. The service was excellent
Food: We started with roasted artichokes with a very tasty alioli. Well seasoned without being overbearing on any particular flavor.
My entree was their special of the day: roasted pheasant. OMG good. Kept some of the gamey flavor, but tasting like the bird. Moist, tender, slightly chewey like birds are supposed to be. Crisp skin. deelish.
Wine: My palate is sophisticated enough to comment on this, but the bottle we had was decent. *shrug*.
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