Restaurateur, consultant, and chef Brannon Florie does not disappoint with his latest venture, an upscale iteration of Southern classics made with the freshest ingredients. Located up Highway 17, just past Boone Hall Farms at the fork of Highway 41 (thus the name), this sleek space includes a comfy back deck with a lively outdoor bar surrounded by picnic tables under tall pines. Start with the velvety crab chowder, then dig into fried oysters or beer-braised barbecue shrimp. Signature dishes like lobster and grits (starring Geechee Boy Greg Johnsman’s stoneground heirloom deliciousness), crispy fried chicken, and pork chop with maple-apple gastrique and skillet mac and cheese will satisfy any appetite, while lighter eaters can enjoy a kale salad or grilled salmon over leek and corn risotto. This place is definitely worth the trek into Pleasantville. —Allston McCrady Dish (Summer 2016)
Southern classics like pork chops with fall vegetables are made from the freshest ingredients.