The signature dishes seem to be steaks and pork chops. We are talking huge, plate filling, well-grilled steaks. Wayne and I split one ($30) and, with appetizers and sides, it was quite adequate. I checked out the double pork chop served at an adjoining table. Honestly, Fred Flintstone couldn't eat this gigantically thick piece of meat by his lonesome.
Other dishes include trout and shrimp and grits, plus sandwiches. I tried one of the latter for lunch today — a BLT to which a fried duck egg was added. I'd prefer it without the egg, but the yolk was a nice dip for my salty, crisp fries.
Overall, it looks promising. I'll have more to say in "Grazing" later this week.
Breakfast with Santa, something great for the kids.
@TheGorgeousJR: "[It is] very inexpensive; we sell it at the shop. You can get it…
Where can you buy caul fat?
This looks amazing. However, I see a bell pepper on the counter, and bell pepper…
Love pork belly.
Some food just doesn't photograph well, even if it is tasty.