At Butchertown Grocery, an amazing dinner (especially fried chicken and waffles)

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In the early-to-mid 1900s, the building housed Gunkel’s grocery store.

This was Boulevard’s first visit to Butchertown Grocery. Here’s what our party of four had, pulling information from the restaurant’s online menu, which doesn’t include prices.

  • basil-fed escargot: herb butter, gruyere cheese, and a sliced baguette
  • sweet corn ravioli: bacon, leeks, and parmesan
  • gnocchi: mushroom, parmesan, fines herbs
  • roasted baby beets: asian mix, spicy yogurt crema, pepitas, and a chardonnay vinaigrette
  • miso-glazed salmon: baby bok choy, marcona almonds, and tea broth
  • pei mussels: garlic, herbsaint, herbs, and butter
  • diver scallops: parsnips, fried leeks, crispy quinoa, and orange butter
  • chicken and waffles: chiles, fried rosemary & leeks, mint, and syrup
  • beingets
  • coffee in a French press
  • something chocolate we can’t find on the website menu 😦

Where: 1076 East Washington St. When: Wednesday to Sunday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday brunch, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. How: 502-742-8315. Reservations.

Related: Butchertown Grocery gets 4½ stars on both Open Table and Yelp.

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