My cousin and I made our trek there and at 5 minutes till 7 we popped in to see if they were ready and they were setting up quickly. As we sat down at Bradford coffee house - a beautiful snow started to fall......Here was the menu
I texas toast
pulled pork, muenster, apple, pickled,
II potato bread toast
duck confit, cream and egg custard
summer sausage, mustard, kimchee
pickled trout, creme fraiche, pickled ramps, fried lemon
V garlic toast
kale Caesar salad, anchovies
boozy French toast, blood orange marmalade, clotted cream
I got the Duck Confit toast and my cousin the pulled pork....then a glass of Rhone red to share....WOW. FLavor and deliciousness. I like the pork one the best - the apples gave it a great crunch and the pork was tender and flavorful.
The Duck one was like a piece of double dipped french toast (pretty eggy for me) and then served with a huge duck leg.....
The wine was great for $4 a glass!
as we left at 730 there was a line out around the block for this delicious toast. I overheard someone say that a lot of the madison students follow them around on twitter and fb and its like a little cult......A new experience and grand one at that....
Off to Nostrano we went for dinner - An amazing shaved celery salad with chicory and pisatchios...then a homeade fennel sausage pasta.
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