If you consider yourself a foodie this is a must. This review refers to the main dining area, which offered a 4 or 6 course tasting menu, and not the other part in the front. (You can't choose the dishes but they will ask about allergies and have something to accommodate vegetarians).If you can't reserve online (highly likely) you still have a chance, as they keep some space for walk-ins. (Thanks again Luisa, the maitre'd). This was at the bar, where I usually don't want to eat a serious meal, but this time was different, thanks to Tim, who was just an amazing guide and representative of the Grey.
The place has a very unusual history, which you should be aware if you go, but documented elsewhere. The building is an amazing renovation of the Greyhound bus terminal, at the edge and walking distance of the Historic District. Open kitchen produces some magic. Amazing flavors, very creative fine dining that compares to almost anything else at a price point that I'd consider reasonable for what you get. I will note the progression started to slow down about midway through, so don't make plans for after:)
Again, Tim is an excellent mixologist, knows his wine (he recommended an interesting glass of red when we switched out of our bottle of white) and just all-around good company without being obtrusive.
A memorable experience.
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