The Rolling Pin

Finding this elusive downtown deli is difficult if you don’t,  A) Have it pulled up on Google maps or your navigation system, or B) Are with someone who already knows where it is.  I liken the difficult time I had in locating it the first time to that of trying to find your local speakeasy back in the roaring 20’s.  The exterior of the building is highly unassuming.  A small white building with no noticeable signage to flag you as you pass by.  There is a sign of course, but it is small an unlit and on the inside of . . . → Read More: The Rolling Pin

Frank and Lola’s

Frank and Lola’s

Frank and Lola's street facade

***UPDATE: The pork loin is now served with a horseradish cream sauce rather than the mustard cream sauce from this post.  Definitely still delicious, but the dish did lose a little of it’s luster with this change.  🙁  Also had a chance to try the Pulled Pork, the meat was very tender and cooked well, but the dish seemed to have a bit of an identity crisis.  Is it a taco platter, a burrito bowl or something else.  Even the waiter didn’t seem to know for sure!***

With a reputation . . . → Read More: Frank and Lola’s