Serene blue floors, cushy booths and muted yellow walls lit by antique lanterns and stained glass fixtures provide a diner vibe. An artsy wait staff in jeans and black long-sleeved oxfords cater to an unconventional and conversational crowd. An inlet with a freestanding bar offers a separate nightlife mood and a comfortable place for individuals to eat solo anytime.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner offer contemporary comfort food for traditional or exploratory taste buds. The breakfast menu spotlights the Belmont breakfast with eggs, pancakes, sausage, bacon, potatoes and biscuits. Lunch features half pound sirloin burgers and salads. Dinner presents a smooth glass of Qupe Syrah and the popular spicy mango glazed pork shanks. There's a rotating fresh fish selection, but chicken fried steak and the mac and cheese plate are home cookin' staples. Sides include customary vegetables. Bourbon pecan pie with vanilla ice cream is an indulgent conclusion.
Hits: Breakfast is not only available all day, but their elegant culinary twists to old morning favorites is unpretentious, satisfying and affordable.
Misses: The presentation of the grilled sirloin steak in red wine butter was tempting but the lack of flavor--a disappointment.