Formerly a grocery store and butcher shop, this historic little bistro offers a fresh twist on Southern fare in an upbeat neighborhood spot overlooking Troup Square. Lunch offers a variety of wonderful salads and sandwiches; considerably lighter fare than some of the stick-to-your-ribs traditional Southern spots. One of the most popular times of the week here is Sunday morning brunch. Choose from adapted old favorites like banana-nut-bread french toast to coastal dishes
like the eggs benedict topped with crabmeat and hollandaise. The outdoor tables—often taken by couples with their dogs in tow—are a treat when the weather is nice.