We ate at Brookville for the first time, on a night with a special menu (Valentine's Day). There were a few choices each for appetizer, main and dessert (although 2 of the 4 desserts were sold out by 8:30 when we arrived). We had a refreshing apple & beet salad, a delicious pork chop, and two decadent chocolate desserts. The other appetizer was just so-so: decadent, creamy grits with bacon (great) with a cold poached egg on top (not great). I'm guessing they made the eggs ahead of time, but why wouldn't you warm it up a little before serving? The other odd note was the butternut squash risotto, which only had a few small chunks of squash in it, and was very soupy when it first arrived. It also tasted like the wine hadn't been cooked off thoroughly (bitter). I asked the server what was in it, and he said "I don't know." So that's not good. He offered to have it cooked more once I described what seemed to be wrong. The kitchen had him tell me that it was actually just a very strong, funky cheese that gave it the bitter flavor. They did still cook it more for me, and add more butter to "cut the bitterness." So maybe it just wasn't to my taste. Or maybe if it had more butternut squash in it, it would have balanced the bitterness a bit better.