Comfort Food With An Upscale Twist
- Everything – the bread, pickles, chips, pasta and soda – is made in-house.
- Cocktails, overseen by Todd Thrasher, change but you’ll regularly find well-made classics like the Tom Collins, a sidecar and mint julep.
Good to Know
- Once a week, the restaurant dishes up Nana’s Sunday Dinner, a family-style feast of comfort food like fried chicken, mac-and-cheese and a brownie sundae.
- For lunch on weekdays, enjoy the Royal Pick menu, an entrée and drink for $12.
·Chicken Liver Mousse
·Herb Roasted Amish Chicken
·Key Lime Pie
·Good Value: Seven of Hearts Pinot Noir, $55
·Splurge Worthy: Domaine Serene Chardonnay, $108
Shannon Overmiller began as a bartender and waitress, but was quickly bitten by the culinary bug. She worked as a line cook at Café Atlantico while attending L’Academie de Cuisine. After graduating, she worked her way up at Ristorante Tosca and then moved to Restaurant Eve. Under Chef Cathal Armstrong, she learned more about local sourcing. In 2004, Overmiller received a Jean-Louis Palladin Foundation award and had the opportunity to travel to Italy to further her studies. She returned to the area and Armstrong appointed her the chef at The Majestic. There, focuses on simple rustic cuisine.
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