April 27, 2011

A Tradition Continues at Supper on South St.

Sunday Special- Smoked Ham with Grits
I had this running "ticker file" of blogs that needed to get up.  A quick glance over at Foobooz this morning- reminded me that Supper was high on the list- and fresh in the memory as we just brunched there on Easter morning. (For the second year in a row- new tradition!)

PW's Brian Freedman gives a glowing review of the urban farmhouse restaurant situated on a better block of South street across from Whole Foods and adjacent to Percy St. BBQ.  Between the food at Supper and the bbq from Percy- the block is full of sweet smells of southern smoke.

We love Supper- and we love that it's five blocks away.  Supper has their own farm- and they have a list of daily ingredients that are sourced from it.  My brunch favorites are the Mushroom Toast and the Dixie Biscuit.  The service is always spot on and the room just feels good.  On Easter Sunday -one of my friends was nervous that she wasn't dressed appropriately to join us.  That should never be a worry. Despite Supper's nice ambiance- once can feel comfortable in a suit or pair of Pumas.

They just teamed up with The Franklin to revamp their cocktails list.  Look forward to that on your next visit. They have a short but thoughtful list of beers. Actually if I were to have a grievance- it would be beer pricing. $8 for a YARDS brawler was a bit of a shock.  So I might actually go for a glass of wine there as opposed to my usual pint.

They are also next to the Big Earth store which is fun for some post-brunch browsing.

Check out their website HERE. They are also on opentable.

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