2600 NE Sandy
Hours of operation: 4p.m. to 2a.m., daily
Stopped in for Happy Hour this afternoon. They've got a nice Menu with some good deals for Happy Hour.
The food theme is Low Country Cooking and there are several fried selections on the menu to bolster that.
Good burger with a generous accompaniment of fries. The pork ribs are overly smoky for my taste, but still pretty delicious. They appear to be braised in sauce after smoking. The fried green tomatoes were also quite good.
They've got a decent selection of middle of the road bourbons and ryes as well as a limited but interesting selection of tequilas. They've got a few cocktails made with amari which is always a plus to me.
Oswaldo Bibiano from Autentica/Mextiza/Uno Mas came in an had a beer and welcomed them to the neighborhood while we were there. Added to the feel of it being a neighborhood sort of place.
Three cocktails and a burger w/tip was $40. I'll be back. It's well worth trying out. It's a very nice space and it's nicely bright on a sunny day. Kammie the manager/bartender on duty was quite friendly and informative. She worked at Toro Bravo prior to helping with the build out and opening here.