My wife and I enjoyed a Sunday brunch today and were very pleased with The Brine & Bottle. Portions are in the tapas-scale, and the prices are reasonable. The bacon jam is a nice touch to the fried egg sandwich as are the pickled ramp. I would have preferred the sandwich served on good country white bread instead of the burger bun, though. My wife had the farmer's plate, and we both thought the country ham was way too salty (like with a Virginia coun try ham, you gotta soak it in water for three days before cooking it), and the deviled egg was not much to write home about; although the picked items were exceptional. A charming little place, and we'll have to give it another shot for dinner (soon) to see if The Brine & Bottle can compete with some of our faves on the Outer Banks.
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