Green Springs has eclectic art strewn all over the yard. It's all a little random, but together, it works.
The atmosphere inside is cozy, with a fireplace, local art and stained glass windows. On this particular evening, as you can tell, they were not very busy.
But it was a weeknight; on the weekends, it is often packed.
Each dinner entree is served with a salad and a complimentary "demi-tasse" of soup of the day -- a nice touch. This night, it was a flavorful mushroom bisque. It wasn't overly creamy, which really let the mushroom flavor shine.
One of the entrees we ordered was the Shrimp & Sausage & Grits. This dish had great flavor and I liked the addition of the wilted spinach.
My entree was the mushroom ravioli. Cremini, shittake and portobello mushroom pasta served in a goat cheese cream sauce, with more chunks of goat cheese and fresh basil on top. The meal was finished with an (unpredicted) order of "black and blue" cobbler made with fresh blackberries and blueberries and topped with vanilla ice cream. Overall, we enjoyed the food here. It's a little on the pricer side for a casual restaurant (around $25/plate) but you can tell that everything is made in house and the ambiance makes it worth the price -- and the drive.