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Planned Gold Rush-Theme Ohio Eatery Will Feature Biscuits, Bourbon

December 16, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Two restaurant veterans plan to open a new bar/eatery in Pendleton, Ohio, next June that will “tell the story of the gold rush and westward expansion through frontier food and drink,” primarily biscuits and bourbon. An example of the cuisine to be served at the Boomtown Biscuit Bar is the Pick and Shovel open-face biscuit sandwich, including the Yukon with its buttermilk fried chicken, sawmill gravy, fried egg, smoked cheddar and thick-cut bacon. Also on the menu are Prospector Plates, like the Hidalgo: gluten-free corn griddle cakes topped with a poached egg, house chorizo, verde salsa and cilantro. The beverage menu will also stick to the “westward expansion” theme, centering on bourbon, “a favorite drink of prospectors.” [ Image credit: © Wikimedia Commons  ]
Andy Brownfield, "Cincinnati's First Biscuit Bar Coming to Pendleton", American City Business Journals, December 16, 2016, © American City Business Journals
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