Rock City, staying in an awesome Bed & Breakfast (Stone Fort Inn) and going out to eat. I did a bunch of Yelp searching for a dinner spot that was both close to our hotel and the venue, reasonably priced, and had a good selection of yummies. Public House met all my criteria, and the fact that we were able to get a reservation at the time we wanted didn't hurt either.
Warehouse Row, Public House looks inviting. The decor involves a lot of light wood and white curtains. The place was much bigger on the inside than I expected and it's connected to the bar next door, The Social, which provides a greater bar atmosphere with a snack-heavy bar menu.
Public House was just kind of average. I wasn't really impressed by anything here; it was all pretty standard. The place is lovely, the staff was friendly, and the menu does offer a wide variety of southern food favorites for those that like the classics. I guess if I go back I'll try something other than the shrimp and grits.