That’s how far you lasted with that “cut back on pork and beer” resolution.
Congrats on breaking your personal record.
Celebrate something, anything, at The Blind Butcher, the long-awaited ode to house-smoked meats and local brews from the Goodfriend group, now soft-open on Lower Greenville.
Right, the Goodfriend guys. So you know the beer’s gonna be good (it is). But instead of burgers, now you’ve got meat-and-cheese boards, hand-cranked sausages and duck-fat fries. Plus a handsome new place to enjoy them. One that’s all dark woods, exposed brick walls and glowing lamps on the inside. And 2,100 square feet of prime beer-drinking patio space out back.
Now, you should know that the food’s still a few weeks away, so it’ll be sack lunches until then. But when it’s here (slated for February 1), you’ll want to commandeer a spot at the white marble bar and bask in the warm glow of a bacon-laced bratwurst. Which, anecdotally, we hear goes nicely with a 32-ounce pour of Belhaven Black.
And come spring, that back patio should prove to be real handy. It’s got plenty of seating and a full bar to support your alfresco-beer-drinking ambitions.
And any vitamin D deficiency.