The exposed brick walls and wood beams are telltale signs of the building's former life as a 1902 cigar factory. Completely refurbished, it's now home to award-winning chef Steven Devereaux Greene's restaurant. The contemporary menu has a Southern flair, and you can expect such main dishes as barbecue glazed pork loin and pine-nut-crusted rack of lamb. There are also unique desserts like the goat-cheese cheesecake with lavender ice cream. The kitchen is open so patrons can watch the chef in action. The dress code calls for upscale or business casual attire.
View deals in The Midlands and Upstate for vacation packages, hotels, airfare, and more from our partners!More