Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Nan and Byron's opens at last

Nan and Byron's opens to the public Nov. 7, with opening specials through Nov. 9. Sibling to 5Church and taking the spot of the former Vinnie's Southside Sardine in South End at 1714 South Blvd., the place serves what owners call "traditional American food" and aims to be family friendly.

Look for meatloaf, spaghetti and meatballs, chicken roasted with Peruvian spices (hey, we're not begrudging a few twists on the theme, are we?) and lamb stew pie, plus a children's menu and a "handcrafted cocktail" lineup, from Farmhouse Lemonade to "G'night Moon," a moonshine drink.

The name? From the iconic "American Gothic" by Grant Wood, the restaurant took the names of his models: Nan, Wood's sister, and Byron, his -- wait for it -- dentist.

Menus are here, and the Facebook page (from which the photo above comes) here. 980-224-7492.


ScottCLT said...

Can't wait to try this place out! The menu looks awesome, and coming from the guys behind 5Church, I know it won't be a disappointment. Welcome to South End, Nan & Byron's!

Anonymous said...

The menu just looks like a whole bunch of stuff the average home cook can make. Meh.