Great food, service, and ambience. It's an old house converted into a restaurant. There is enough original architecture to imagine what it might have once been like. We enjoyed the tamale appetizer, smothered chicken breast and chicken and sausage alfredo. The mashed potatoes were some of the best I've eaten. Couldn't leave without trying the desserts. There is a case with them in the back part of the restaurant. We happened to come in that door when we entered and walked right by it. I knew before I had dinner I was going to try one. The coconut cake was awesome. The house is on a hill, and has a steep driveway, but it flattens out behind the house, and that entrance is handicapped accessible. Just a very enjoyable dinner. It is expensive, but well worth it i think.
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