This meal is hosted by Salt’s Cure.
I’ve only been to Salt’s Cure once before, for brunch almost 5 years ago, but I still remember it fondly. I didn’t go with Abe, because there wasn’t really anything a vegetarian could eat there. Since then, they have moved, and their Anti-Gridlock menu (3-6pm Monday through Friday) is full of veggie-friendly bites.
Abe came along this time as my official photographer and beer drinker.
The menu is available at the bar. I order a Chopped Salad with Pork Summer Sausage. It also has cheese on top, so this is definitely the cure for any salt hankering you may have.
An Avocado and Citrus Salad for Abe…
….and a side of Perfect fries. PERFECT. Dip them in housemade ketchup. They are only $5.
There’s even something for the kids! If you want to bring your child to a bar (no judgement). A superb grilled cheese sandwich with Vermont aged cheddar oozing out. It comes with a side of chilled tomato soup – Abe thinks it tastes like salad dressing because it’s tangy and cold. Not in a bad way, just not a creamy cup like he was expecting.
If you can’t afford the dinner, definitely check out this menu. I do want to come back and experience their bacon cheeseburger.