If you think $11 for an amazingly prepared pork belly is expensive, I can recommend Perkins or Applebee's.
If kale is too adventurous for you, this is not your place. But if you want delicious, all locally sourced and in-season dishes, you will not be disappointed. The appetizers are large enough to be their own meals, or to share, in the case of the awesome cheeseboards. A couple glasses of wine recommended by the sommelier staff and a huge plate of french cheese and bread makes for a great date or time with a friend.
They get all of their meat and veggies locally, and they can tell you exactly what farm your pork was raised on. They do some fun takes on dishes, like the goat corndog they had on their happy hour menu recently. And if you're a burger lover, the GFB (ask what that stands for :) will blow your mind. It's that good.
Their cocktails are creative, and they do some really tasty takes on classics too. And if you don't know what to order, the bartenders will make up something for you. Just be careful, they are generous with their pours!
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