August 27, 2014

Brunch at One Eared Stag

I don't eat at One Eared Stag often enough. After my most recent two visits, it is clear I should do something to remedy this situation. Each time I do visit, I leave immensely satisfied, and often wowed by the creativity and finesse of the dishes. Most recently, I stopped in for brunch, which included the homey black pepper biscuits with sausage gravy pictured above.
There was a really deft touch with vegetables on the next couple of brunch dishes, as well as an obvious commitment to eating the season. Above is an heirloom tomato salad with cucumber water, bay oil, and foam. Late summer in a bowl.
Next is a fig salad with ricotta, speck, and bay oil. I might not look like much, but an excellent combination of flavors and textures here. Again, perfectly seasonal.
Fun doughnuts served hot and sticky. Yeah, doughnuts.
And then there is The Meat Stick, which is one of, if not the best burger in Atlanta. So there. Go to One Eared Stag, people. Go now. Go often. That's my plan from now on.

1 comment:

  1. Agreed that the food here at One Eared Stag was impressively devised. Both the visual appeal and the flavor blending were very very good. Must say I was a bit surprised and disappointed that the 'meat stick' wasn't served during brunch time on Sunday. :(