We sat at the bar as two men should and quite often do. On the recommendation of my friend John Egan we shared an order of Candied Bacon. Very flavorful. I learned that they are best eaten there as when I brought some home they became rock hard. A bit in the microwave and they were better but not the same as in house. This is definitely not your mom’s bacon. These had to start out ½ inch thick or better.
We then tried the Brisket Sandwich. Very flavorful but a bit dry for my liking. Served on a corn meal encrusted bun with a horseradish on the side. Even with the horseradish far too much liquid was needed to get it down. Good thing there was plenty on hand. The brisket retained a pink color throughout resembling a ham in texture and color.
Not my crave but I will be back to work my way down the menu and definitely order some more bacon.
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