Monday, December 10, 2012
If this had been dinner I would have started with a bowl of the crab & smoked corn chowder, but I didn't have enough of an appetitie yet.
The food looked good when it arrived.
Of course, I have never been a fan of ciabatta bread being used in barbecue sandwiches because I don't like the contrast of hard bread with soft 'cue, and this sauce-drenching certainly took care of the bread being too hard. But overall, I would have preferred that this thing had been just a little less messy.
I definitely liked Searsucker. It's possible (maybe even probable) that if I were able to eat there repeatedly, making my way through the five or six sandwiches that sound so good, I would even say I love the place.
Posted by JustinM at 7:00 AM