It's all about steak here, and what steaks they are: aged for at least 35 days before they're cut, the fillets, rib eyes, and strips are juicy, tender, and packed with flavor. You can dine alfresco overlooking the sprawling pond or inside a trio of old buildings. The wood paneling was reclaimed from the Boykin Tractor Shed after it was destroyed by Hurricane Hugo. The more casual side of the restaurant has a vintage saloon-style bar, which, in its first life, was the soda
fountain at Zemps, a drugstore in Camden. Area farmers provide most of the produce; grits for the "shrimp and grits" are ground at the mill next door. There is a limousine service available to and from Camden. Save room for the homemade mixed-berry cobbler with ice cream.