— Courier-Post critic Emily Teel visits Spring Garden scratch sandwich spot Stockyard Sandwich Co, open since October from ex-Morimoto and Kensington Quarters chefs Will Lindsay and Mike Metzger, who aimed to bring “rigorous” culinary techniques to a more casual, hand-held setting. They do so successfully, it seems, with Teel dubbing it a “sandwich nirvana”. The house favorite, bourgignon-esque beef with mushrooms, onions, and cheese sauce is in a whole other realm to the cheesesteak it evokes, and a pork banh mi ticks many boxes: “warm and cool, creamy and bright.”
Prohibition Burger at Prohibition Taproom
When chef Val Stryjewski took over at this Eraserhood local he switched up the menu and with it, the house burger. Taking advantage of Prohibition’s sister restaurant’s in house butcher shop, he’s sourcing sustainably raised ground beef for a super flavorful patty that’s embracing all things local with lettuce, tomatoes, shaved onion and cheddar all coming from nearby makers and growers.
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Brick and Mortar is getting into the retail game with items from beverage director Christina Rando and chef Brian Ricci. Bring home Bloody Mary mix and house-made syrups from the bar or spice mixes and condiments from BAM’s kitchen. Partner Michael Welsh says customers have requested items like their ginger ketchup and Bloody Mary mix and…
Michael and Jeniphur Pasquarello have been instrumental in transforming this post-industrial neighborhood, opening three restaurants — Cafe Lift, Prohibition Taproom and Bufad — since 2003. Now they’re setting their sites on other changing areas.
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Bufad introduces new pizza, salad and a Kensington Quarters meatball.