In the photo: a quarter roasted white meat chicken plate with two veggies and a corn muffin at Pollard’s
Our roundup of reads, recipes and resources to sate belly and brain:
Winter Storm Grayson has come and gone, leaving sometimes a foot of ice and snow and bitter cold temperatures in it’s path.
Sounds like a good excuse to eat + drink.
When you can safely get out of your neighborhood, warm up from the inside out with a filling and hearty breakfast of Eggs and Scrapple at The Grill at Great Bridge in Chesapeake. And just what the heck is scrapple? Read the article to find out. [LINK]
Hibernating through breakfast? Try brunch at the newly opened What The Gritz Grill in Virginia Beach near Lynnhaven; this article has tasty tidbits about the Seafood Omelet drizzled in decadent She Crab Soup. [LINK]
Another true comfort food is pasta, and you may want to warm up to the creamy, rich Fettuccine Alfredo at Mangia Qui near Virginia Beach Town Center. Delicious details are in this article. [LINK]
And who doesn’t love a meal that’s also a deal. The Butcher’s Son (locations in Chesapeake and Virginia Beach) has an early bird steak special you’ll want to find out more about in the article. [LINK]
OK, some of us made New Year’s Resolutions about eating healthy, if so, the roasted chicken at Pollards (which has locations across Coastal Virginia) may be fore you. The plate comes with two veggies, too; drool over the review. [LINK]
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