This is a new business, barely one month old so, I'll keep that in mind as I review. First off, it's a nicely appointed restaurant that's fairly conveniently locatation in Evans. A nice dining area with a separate banquet room and a small bar area so it doesn't get noisy. The menu is fairly limited in that there's only five entrees that aren't hand held. We went there looking for a nice dinner, not a sandwich. The entrees we ordered, the tilapia and the Charlestin chicken were tasty and well prepared but, with a limited side selection and no starch selections (rice with both would've been a nice choice) it left you wanting. The stuffed potato soup was tasty but was not warm and "soup" is a little misleading in that it's texture was more likened to a stew than a soup. No bread is offered and, although I realize this is a huge no-no to a lot of modern diets, a choice would be nice as some of us are content to eat with ignorance! With the shortcomings mentioned, a $45 bill made it an experience not worth repeating. That didn't include the "complimentary" pecan pie which I was certainly grateful to not have paid for! In the quest for "flair" there are some things that shouldn't be too tampered with...pecan pie, in the South, is one of those things!