Food is UNITY in the way that it connects us all around the world. We ALL eat. What we eat is what sets us apart. Be it for a belief system like when vegetarians choose to not eat animal protein, or for someone like me who can’t process sugar or complex carbs without some serious inflammation. This is why our menu is set up like an equal opportunity feeder- dishes will have vegetarian and keto alternatives.
The love of food has the power to make someone smile through their stomachs, to transport someone to a memory through their taste buds, and to simply nourish our bodies as a whole. Our goal is to make you feel like family when you dine with us. YOU and your dietary needs matter to us.
Our family had incredible matriarchs in the kitchen. Grandma Leila learned from her mother and taught us all so much. Dad inherited her gifts and made it his own by becoming a grill master in all the meats. Grandma Laiz learned from her mother and even more by having a dairy farm. Mom inherited her gifts, just wait until you taste her flan. The recipes from both sides of the family carry memories of our ancestors and we can’t wait to share it all with you.
That One Place is a dream come true for my parents, my husband, and I. We started out of the gate with Brunch hours and slowly evolving the business into fine dining. January 3rd, our new business hours will be for dinner service only Tues-Saturday. Come experience the joy and love in the form of food. God Bless.
1 Corinthians 10:31
“So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.”