We arrived a titch too early (6:30 pm) but the seating is first come, first serve, and I didn't know what to expect. I think you could arrive at 6:50 and get a seat, even if you are a large party. The restaurant is small and open - one wall is partially windows and looks into the neighboring restaurant/bar, but it's a pleasant feature. It is set up like a cafe, with small tables and a glass bakery counter where you order. The Wandering Goose serves breakfast and biscuit sandwiches daily from 7 am to 4 pm, however, on Friday nights there is a group supper starting at 7 pm.
We loved the ambiance and the food and would definitely return with friends when we are in the mood for a belly busting meal...haha!, or we could exercise some restraint and eat normally, but that's not our style :)
Everything was delicious - it was wonderful home food, very rich and satisfying.
Some (poorly lit) photos of the food:
biscuits, cornbread, raspberry jam, butter, honey butter
***Funny story*** While waiting for dinner, Adam read aloud the "Biscuit of the Day" sign: Biscuit, Andouille sausage, sauteed kale, fried duck egg. And, then, said "wait a minute...that's exactly what I had for breakfast this morning!" It's true, too! I guess my inner chef cooks Southern food :)
Here is a video of the cute outdoor sign: