|Truffle Gorgonzola Fries ($7) - The truffle is nicely much more subtle than that of most place's silly truffle fries. It's a huge pile of fries covered in a creamy sauce, with huge chunks of Gorgonzola. Like fries Alfredo.|
|Don't forget your dipping aiolis! No, gorgonzola truffle cream sauce isn't enough for my fries, not if I can have aiolis! The smoked tomato aioli and mustard aioli (honey mustard-ish) are both delicious and can and should be combined with all dishes.|
|The fresh air and sunlight you can get on the backyard patio are also helpful to get you back to the land of the awake.|
Swissbakers Fresh Pretzel ($6): soft, hot, yeasty, salty, wonderful
Whole grain mustard: you know what whole grain mustard is.
Warm Harpoon stout cheese (+$2): really stouty, a little sour, a little too sour for me
|I've even ordered this BBQ breakfast pile twice, which I almost never do! It makes me want to get trashed tonight just so I can go get this tomorrow.|
|This could be the best chicken-fried steak in town.|
I've finally tried it at night too, which was also great.
|There are imports, local beers, and a rotating cask.|
|Root Beer-braised Pork Belly, with a parnsip-yuzu puree, apple kimchi and toasted peanuts (just $10): Delicious, fun, reasonable portion and price. I love this place.|
Duck confit hash: good, but just not as good as the BBQ breakfast, for instance