If you want some savory Southern style cooking, you can hop on a plane and head South or you can hop on a subway and make a pit stop at The Redhead. The service is completely on point, makes sense, I would say the restaurant has a maximum of 40 seats. As for the eats, Chef Meg Grace hits the nail on the redhead with buttermilk fried chicken cooked to perfection locking that juice right in! I highly recommend the crispy cauliflower served with a green goddess hollandaise (something I would never order on my own that was absolutely amazing!). And you don't want to miss out on the house made bacon peanut brittle, "because everything is better with bacon".
|crispy cauliflower with green goddess hollandaise $7|
|housemade soft pretzels served withe Kentucky style beer cheese $9|
|buttermilk fried chicken with bourbon baked beans, pickled vegetables and ranch $19|
|low country shrimp with Anson Mills Antebellum grits and andouille sausage sm $12 lg $18|
|braised beef short rib, baby carrot confit, dates, wheat berries, red wine jus $25|
|hazelnut banana upside down cake with chocolate ganache and malted ice cream $8|
|hot chocolate car bomb stout beer, jameson, baileys marshmallow $10|