Wow, you locals are all whiney. Do not write a review if you did not eat at the restaurant. Look at the menu before you make a reservation. If you see that the menu is pork/meat cenric, it might not be the resturant for you. When I eat at Le Bernardin each December, I know that 90% of the menu is fish, and it is prixe fixe. Restaurants should not have to accomodate everyone's diet. Hate pizza, do not eat at Pizza Hut, don"t like BBQ, do not eat at Melvins. It is really easy.
I posted on both UrbanSpoon (search for "Myverismo" on Urbanspoon)and Open table that I feel Husk is the nearest thing to a one star Michelin restaurant anywhere in the south, and I have dined at a number of 1,2,and 3 stars. Their wine list is the biggest weak spot. With service also not being at Michelin levels (a better front and back waiter service could improve the experience, this is managmements short coming), but still really great service (Katlyn was my server). My experience here supurb. The food was refined, well plannd, an executed very well. The corn bread was a bit greasy, but that is my only food complaint. All the dishes were under $30, and my server could answer all of my questions, and I put a server's knowledge to the test. This has trumped FIG and McCrady's as best in Chucktown, easily.
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