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Pasture

416 E. Grace St. (N. 5th St.) Send to Phone
Taste the Southern-inflected, farm-to-table cuisine here and you’ll beg to be put out to Pasture.
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Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner Mon.-Sat.
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Pasture Restaurant Review

: Adhering to the farm-supporting, Southern-respecting ethos of co-owners Michele Johnson and chef Jason Alley (also of Comfort), Pasture sports a cool, urban-barn aesthetic. Dinner’s menu runs the gamut from snacks (including pimento cheese and Ritz crackers, and black-eyed pea falafel) to small plates (perhaps house-smoked chicken sausage with beer cheese) to entrées (mustard/molasses glazed quail with dirty rice and broccoli, for one, or pan-roasted pork chop with pickled pear, sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts and tarragon jus). Bite into the burger at lunch or dinner, an upscale, grown-up Big Mac. Among side choices, pick celery seed-speckled, runny-with-Duke’s mayo coleslaw. And don’t miss the “candy bar” for dessert. A bullion of chocolate ganache and homemade peanut butter with crunchy pretzel brittle, it’s a new millennium “Whatchamacallit.” Like all of Pasture’s food, it’s not intimidating or self-aggrandizing, simply focused on quality ingredients prepared with skilled technique.

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