This intimate spot is one of the best surprises in High Point's sparse culinary scene. The menu, which changes several times a year, is always full of fresh seafood dishes and other low-county favorites, often presented with an Asian flair and a bit of French influence. The ahi tuna appears in different dishes depending on the season, and it always stands out. Sauces are always made to order, as well. With its black leather chairs, soft lighing, and full bar, this is a
classy pick for a date or just a nice night out on the town.