The food coming out of this little makeshift kitchen is more sophisticated than you’d anticipate. Not much to look at but nonetheless cheerful, the corrugated metal building has a walk-up window for ordering and a small, climate-controlled dining area outfitted with five or six tables covered in colorful oilcloth (a more permanent spot on the square is rumored to be in the works). Ice-filled buckets tempt with gratis beer and wine (if you want to BYOB, check out the selection at Gillen’s, next door). Lunch is served Monday through Saturday; on offer are mostly sandwiches, from a cubano and chicken salad to a blackened shrimp po’boy and a half-pound burger. Thursday and Friday bring menu staples like shrimp and grits in a spicy butter sauce and specials like roasted salmon in herb butter atop pearl couscous and fresh spinach. Good luck trying to forgo a slice of coconut cream or Orange Creamsicle pie.
Hours: L Mon–Sat. D Thur & Fri.
Last updated: September 18, 2018