Transport yourself to the South with this gastropub's sophisticated take on down-home staples such as buttermilk-fried chicken and po' boy sandwiches (stuffed with oysters and andouille sausage). Although the kitchen closes at 11 p.m., the bar keeps the bourbon flowing well into the night.
This fast-casual venue—the younger sibling to Lafayette's Post Brewing Company—offers good ol' Southern comfort food and great beer. The one-of-a-kind fried chicken can be enjoyed either on a sandwich or as a platter accompanied by a biscuit and side dish. Dig into fresh-baked cherry pie for dessert.
Max's Wine Dive features a casual environment, solid wine list, and Southern comfort food with an upscale twist. Try the famous fried chicken or the shrimp and grits, or order from the seasonal menu of rotating specials.
Located in a repurposed Victorian home, this eatery charms. Expect to find Southern classics like eggs Sardou, shrimp and grits, jambalaya, and po'boy sandwiches. Also try the Capitol Hill location.