Road Food Reviewed
We didn't have any trouble deciding on our choices our first visit--or thereafter, for that matter. I chose the beef brisket sandwich and was rewarded with tender, juicy slices piled high on a wonderful soft onion roll from Brooklyn's Stone Hearth Bakery. Draping the meat with the accompanying coleslaw, I found the sandwich utterly delicious. My husband was equally smitten with his hot corned beef. House-made fries or chips--a real bonus--garnish the sandwich plates; I'd recommend the latter simply because they're crispier. A "root beer float" cupcake finished us--figuratively and literally--for the day.
At another lunch, the chicken salad snagged me, though I requested it on one of those tasty onion buns rather than in the advertised wrap. The meat was exemplary, shredded from a roasted bird rather than diced poached or baked breasts, with perhaps a tad too much mayonnaise for some, though not for me. Given the quality of the two sandwiches I tried, I have to imagine that the pulled pork or turkey BLT would be equally delicious.