The interior was wine crate-inspired, with coir rugs as curtains, large wing back chairs made from crate wood and bottles everywhere. Rustic contemporary chic. Surprising in this traditional low country town. The food was decent and they have a nice rotating menu of wines by the glass.
The Parisi market sells cheese, deli stuff, and pastries.
We had the shrimp bisque and the fried green tomato sandwich (with goat cheese and bacon). The menu wasn't extensive or fancy, but the food was good.
After lunch we strolled around town and a bought a used coffee table book on the history of fashion. The woman who previously owned it vacations in Beaufort and is a buyer for Saks, apparently. I guess that says something about the town!