Sweet, old-fashioned flourishes like daintily-printed, mismatched china, retro mint-green tiled walls, and old, hanging portraits, make this spot feel like a movie set. It’s open all day, thanks to its second-life as a hotel restaurant (Palihotel), and serves market-inspired small plates with a Southern bent (fried green tomatoes, shrimp boils, cornbread, and the like). The acoustics are not the best in the small, casual small dining room making this better for lunch or an afterwork dinner with a friend.

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