We've been trying to get here for a while & so I was pleased when my wife surprised me with reservations this past weekend.
The design & decor is unique but distinctively Indigo Road. The server brought me a new bourbon I had not had previously. I cannot recall the brand, but it was good.
For appetizers I went for the Butcher Plate: Pepper Jack Bologna, Foie Gras parfait, Lonzino, Coppa, and Lardo. It was served with some caper berries, house pickles, jam, and crostini. All were phenomenal but the Bologna was the pièce de résistance--it was cured and then "fried" making it veritable redneck pâté!
My wife opted for the ricotta gnudi. This is a tough dish to execute, its cousin gnocchi benefits from the addition of potato and its starch to hold it together--the gnudi provides no such insurance policy. These were pillowy dumplings of ricotta goodness with medallions of salty/ spicy chorizo perched on top. The sherry vinegar provided a nice crispness cutting through the more intense flavors.
For my entree I did the confit pork shoulder which was glazed with sorghum mustard. This was sweet, salty, fatty, and awesome! The braised root vegetables were also good and provided a nice vehicle for the pork star.
My wife went with the "Mac" Burger. It was as good as advertised with a brioche bun, aged cheddar, nueske's bacon, and the now ubiquitous truffled pecorino fries. Really, really good.
Finally we shared a side of the bone marrow bread pudding. Pure decadence. Subtle in flavor, it was like especially good fried bread--which sounds dumb, but I mean it as a complement. Crisp on the outside, custardy on the inside, delicate beef flavor.
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