Here are the associated blurbs. First FB…
Farm Burger (topped with Grafton smoked white cheddar cheese, caramelized onions and a special house sauce).
This farm-to-table burger spot grinds its grass-fed, dry-aged and locally sourced meat daily. The “build it” option includes unexpected toppings like cured lardo, oxtail marmalade and roasted bone marrow. farmburger.net
And now H&F…
Star chef Linton Hopkins announces “burger time”—10 p.m.—with the ringing of two bull horns; that’s when two dozen grass-fed beef burgers are up for grabs and consistently sold out within minutes. The burgers are also available on the Sunday brunch menu. holeman-finch.com
Photo courtesy of Food & Wine
This is so cool!
Kristin Allin of Cakes & Ale writes in…
Regina Brewer is posting a photo of the amazing sign we uncovered at the new Cakes & Ale spot (151 Sycamore) on the Decatur Minute blog. …the sign is just perfect! It happens to be in the bakery space we are renovating on the left wall. I don’t have the photo with me, but I think it says “Mrs Teele’s Homemade Bread, Rolls, and Biscuits, Delicious Fruit and Meringue Pies, Cakes and Desserts.” It’s a very cool piece of our Decatur history and it just feels “meant to be.” If you pick up this story, we would love some help from Decaturites on any information they can provide about Mrs Teele’s bakery.
According to Regina at the Decatur Minute, Cakes & Ale will keep the sign and restore the plaster around it.
Any long-time Decaturites have any memories of Mrs. Teele’s bakery?
Pic obviously courtesy of Decatur Minute
Jennifer, Chef Ford Fry’s graphic designer, writes in…
I am Ford Fry’s graphic designer/art director, and just wanted to send a note about his up and coming restaurant in Decatur. I handled all the design for JCT and am working closely with Ford on his new venture into Decatur, which I have been excited about as I am a resident of Decatur.
The restaurant name is still in the works, but the description that Ford would like to get out is “local sourced, Italian inspired”.
Just wanted to let you know, as I saw the earlier tweet from Kessler stating it was Mediterranean inspired, and wanted to clarify that.