Another member of our party had the fried shrimp sandwich. Reminiscent of a shrimp po-boy, this was a real treat. Served on a healthy portion of Easy Tiger Bakery crunchy french baguette, expertly fried shrimp lay atop a thin layer of cabbage, remoulade, topped with pickled green tomatoes. We also order the Heirloom Red Beans and Rice entree. Rio zape red beans on a bed of white rice with Salt and Time Kielbasa sausage. Very filling and tasty. We couldn't pass up a shared order of beignets. These arrived hot, fresh, fluffy and light covered in a storm of powdered sugar. If I closed my eyes, I could have been in New Orleans.
The grocery portion of the shop offers, wine, cheese, olives, and non-perishables such as Voges chocolates and Savannah Bee Co. honey. Convenient if pressed for time with no desire to brave the grocery before hosting a last minute cocktail party. I look forward to a return visit to try the oxtail stew for dinner, or a glass of wine and cheese plate on a fine spring evening on their side patio, or a latte and another round of beignets one morning. It is heaven to have more options in the neighborhood. (Cathy)