If you've been reading this blog for any amount of time you know that Haberdish is one of my favorite restaurants in town. So much so that I'm currently on a five week streak of eating there and I can't wait to go back again this week. My favorite thing about the restaurant, other than the food and the decor, is the fact that you can order a la cart so anyone can enjoy eating there regardless of budget.
As many times as I've dined at Haberdish, this was my first time trying their brunch. We were there for my girlfriend's birthday and we went all out... on a Friday morning. Because why not?!
Here's what we drank and ate:
Cathead vodka, local heirloom yellow tomato mix, limes, and olives.
I have a new favorite Bloody Mary and she's blonde. She's less acidic and much sweeter. Add a dash of Haberdish's homemade hot sauce and you're in business!
Counter Culture organic, direct-trade coffee served in a thermos.
A side of mac & cheese to start off brunch.
Livermush Patty set with Carolina gold rice.
Slow-cooked Anson Mills grits.
Cage-free, local eggs, your way.
Biscuits with housemade sausage milk gravy.
Edward's thick-cut country bacon.
Edward's dry-cured, thin charcuterie-style country ham.
Daily fruit: bruleed grapefruit with pink Himalayan salt.
Chicken & Waffle: waffle, de-boned fried chicken thigh, slaw, bread & butter pickles, with a choice of honey butter syrup or maple syrup.
Waffle with fruit: two waffles, fruit compote, and whip cream with a choice of honey butter syrup or maple syrup.
Happy birthday, Ally!!