Geographically speaking, this trendy spot is in downtown Pensacola (on leafy Seville Square), but its cuisine is all over the map. The menu roams from Asia (sushi and spring-roll appetizers) to Italy (pan-fried chicken) to Mexico (lime-roasted chicken quesadilla) to the American South (fried-green-tomato club sandwich)—and wanders around to other dishes like blackened mahimahi, grilled duck breast, and peach-barbecue-glazed pork tenderloin. For dinner try tomato-crusted
grouper with caper-cream sauce, the fish of the day (blackened, grilled, or tempura-fried), or Shrimp YoYo—pan-fried shrimp tossed in spicy sauce. Dine inside under a collection of Southern folk art, or outside under café umbrellas and droopy oaks.
Mar 22, 2010
What a wonderful restaurant! It is in an old house a few blocks from the water in downtown Pensacola. The service was very pleasant and attentive and the food was fabulous. I would recommend this gem to everyone.