Friday, July 31, 2015

Bainbridge Street Barrel House Review

To celebrate our anniversary, the GF and I went to the Society Hill Dance Academy for some private ballroom lessons. Afterwards, we decided to stop by Dmitri's for lunch. Unfortunately, they were closed, so we walked a few blocks west and came upon Bainbridge Street Barrel House.

In addition to providing bar bites, they host Quizzo and do bottomless brunch with Bloody Mary's and mimosas for $20!

The Farmhouse [$13]
8 oz. blend of Pat La Frieda ground beef, farm fresh goat cheese, cremini mushrooms, red onions, greens, St. Somewhere Saison Athene aioli, brioche

The GF was in the mood for a burger and luckily for her, Pat La Frieda beef was on offer. The burger came out medium as requested and was nicely crusted and juicy. The savory mushrooms and the tang of the goat cheese helped to create a great bite. The sesame-studded brioche held the innards nicely. The vinegary tang of the aioli showcased the floral notes of the beer and the accompanying fries were well-seasoned.

Pork Belly Benedict [$10]

When I saw that pork belly was on special, I obviously had to order it. Unfortunately, the pork belly was lacking and this particular dish was not exactly on bar with Green Eggs' iteration. Still, the pastrami-cure on the thinly sliced pork belly was interesting, with the mustard seeds providing some pop in the hollandaise. The potato hash was creamy and well-seasoned and the fresh fruit helped as a palate cleanser. Still, a bit disappointed in the dish overall.

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