For the January edition of the Second Sunday Brunch Bunch, we switched it up a bit and went to dinner instead (the Cowboys were playing at noon...priorities).
We chose a new spot on lowest Greenville called Remedy. It had only been open a week and was already crazy packed. But it lived up to the crowd and the hype.
The cocktails were all fantastic. And I was a huge fan of the French 75-like drink called "The Better Lemon," with meyer lemon syrup, suze, gin, and champagne.
We clearly had to order the pimento cheese with biscuits for the table. It was a very wise decision. The only downfall to the dish was that it didn't come with more biscuits.
Laura ordered the Mushroom & Sweet Potato Pie, which looked amazing.
Jill and I both had the Steak & Potatoes, which came with crispy broccoli and garlic parmesan scalloped potatoes.
The steak and crispy broccoli were really good, but the scalloped potatoes took home the grand prize. I mean...
Sarah's dish was also quite tasty. The Confit Fried Amish Chicken came with sour cream & chive mashed potatoes, green beans, and peppered gravy.
But Rachel may have won the ordering. I was super jealous of her BLT and tomato soup. It's not just any BLT, this one comes on challah bread piled high with crispy cured pork belly, little gem lettuce, TX tomato, green tomato chow-chow, and citrus black pepper cream cheese.
I'm definitely ordering it next time.
Finally, we all split "The Bob" sundae. And yes, it comes topped with potato chips. As Ava would say, "holy moly!"
Remedy is a wonderful addition to the neighborhood, and I can't wait to go back for brunch!