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Brunch at Plough & Stars, and a reminder about Blue Ribbon BBQ

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Brunch at Plough & Stars, and a reminder about Blue Ribbon BBQ

yumyum | Jul 10, 2006 04:30 PM

Tried the Sunday brunch at the Plough and stuck around to watch the World Cup Final. What a great spot to watch the futball.... and that was the main reason for going, but I was also really impressed with the food. I had Irish breakfast which is a huge plate of two eggs, bangers, black and white pudding, a thick slab of Irish bacon, homefries and toast. All for $9.95. Ooof. Friends got the poached eggs over hash of pork confit with roasted garlic hollandaise (exactly as rich as it sounds. One mouthful was enough. But delicious.) and the Other White Meat lovers' omelet which had sausage, bacon, and cheddar. Gawd. Big fluffy eggy goodness. I was also tempted to try the pan fried chicken with cheddar grits but was in the mood for breakfast to go with my bloody mary. Not as good as the bloodies at the East Coast Grill but more than decent at $5. Really good place, nice people, good crowd. I want to go back to try the cubano soon.

The reminder about Blue Ribbon is for myself as much as anyone else ... picked up a duo on Saturday night with brisket, pulled pork, sides of mashed and collards. It's simply a ton of food for $13 and it's very very good. I always assume people know about the quality of this que, but I wanted to mention it for new members.

I fell off the wagon hard with this weekend of eating, but it was all worth it.

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