First is a stop on Friday at Bar Tabac, on Smith Street, in Brooklyn. The shrimp are topped with a teaspoon of guacamole and sit on a corn chip. The Six Point Brownstone adds a roasted flavor.
Now it’s Saturday evening and a visit to Jack the Horse on Hicks Street in Brooklyn Heights. The asparagus is grilled and topped with a sunny-side-up egg and shaved parmesan cheese. The Kelso Pils ads a refreshing tang to the rich egg and distinctive flavor of asparagus and sharp lactic tang of the cheese.
The main course was a grilled pork rib chop with grits and roasted Brussels Sprouts and Broccoli Rabe. The rich pork was challenged by the roasted veggies and tangy grits but the Atlantic Coal Porter kept things in harmony.
Sunday called for a visit to Henry Public and a set featuring “The Milkman & Sons” a trio of guitar (acoustic), standing Bass and violin and music of the 30’s and 40’s… served with Davidsons Milk Stout and local oysters.
And that’s all!