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The Brasserie & Neighborhood Cafe at Parish Restaurant Review: The Brasserie & Neighborhood Cafe at Parish is a restaurant, market and to-go operation all rolled into one. To share, choose a charcuterie plate composed of cured meats from local Pine Street Market or the array of Sweet Grass Dairy cheeses from south Georgia. Try Georgia trout and pan-fried catfish for touches of Southern cooking, although there’s a fried boneless breast of chicken, too. Very good braised pork shank with white beans and a mustard vinaigrette provides plenty for two persons; precede it with the local beets salad. Apple crisp makes a nice dessert for fall and winter with its accompanying house-made caramel ice cream. From the wine list, we like the sparkling Gruet brut rosé from New Mexico. While several Georgia-produced craft beers are listed, the quaffs offer not a drop of Georgia-produced wine. Extensive bourbon and Scotch lists are well selected.