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The green plate is a must, even for non-vegetarians. It's hearty and full of flavor as well as a real meal; not just a plate of side items.
And the side patio is a wonderful spot with a great view of downtown.
I'm both a mustard person and a mayo person, though you wouldn't know it from looking in my refrigerator. I have 4 types of mustard and even pickled mustard seeds and just one lonely, rather old container of mayo. I really only use it in pimento cheese and egg salad (which also gets a solid mustard treatment). If I had to choose only one, it'd be mustard. Though I'd miss the mayo for my fries.
I wonder if, in 20-30 years, we'll all look back at the barnwood and think, "that's so dated. It's so 2010s." And if some rogue doesn't update it, will it be quaint and retro by 2050?
All's I'm sayin' is that I hope The Bloomy Rind comes with them. I've no need for meats, but I love me some cheese.
@heatherdawne The vegetarian section may be in response to a lot of interest in vegetarianism around that time due to the work of John Kellogg and his Battle Creek Sanitarium. It was a big fad for the upper crust around that time. (See: "The Road to Wellville.")
I wonder if this was considered expensive at that time...
Best selection of imported treats: Baraka Bakery.
I've had plenty of good noodles, no doubt. But a bowl of really great pasta is hard to find in a fast casual restaurant and for less than $10 a bowl. I think the Noodles & Company pasta (particularly the GF pasta) is good quality for the price. And the variety is good, too.
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