Crispy Berkshire Pork
It was pulled pork, formed, and pan seared on the top and bottom.
Then, to follow, I had their "world famous bread pudding." If it's "world famous" I've got to try it.
The bad: The pork was a wee bit salty, but the bed of butter bean tomato salad balanced it out well.
The good: Fresh local ingredients used, a real fountain drink, and the bread pudding was awesome! Can I just talk about the bread pudding? It was as if as I was eating it, it was telling me that it loved me. Real comfort, soothing, hot, touched my soul. Yes, it's that great.
The conclusion: The Glass Onion is a wonderful place to go if you don't want the same ole stuff, and please save room for the bread pudding. Agreed.....Southern romantic with a contemporary flair.
Loving your blog! I just sent my parents to Amen Street tonight because of your review and now I can't wait to try The Glass Onion (and everything else)!ReplyDelete
You're awesome, Kristin Michelle!ReplyDelete