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Roasted chicken with peas, carrots, wheatberries, and pieces of pie crust alongside creamed kale and mushroom lasagna with baby turnips, topped with a fried egg.
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Old Salt's wood-centric design will be familiar to fans of Grain and Gristle, as both eateries were designed by the talented craftsman and contractor Marcus Hoover.
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Buffalo style cardoons with crudite slaw in a tangy blue cheese dressing.
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Georgia's Biscuits (named for the recipe from Ben Meyer's grandmother) and the day's tap list from the pub’s beer curator Alex Ganum.
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The Old Salt supperhouse and bar is open from 5 pm to midnight, shaking up cocktails like the Brown Derby, with Bulleit Bourbon, grapefruit bitters, and honey.
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The supperhouse and deli counter are separated by an open-slatted wall for flow of light and good vibes.
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Beef tartare with pickled ramps, Mama Lil's peppers, and savory bread crisps.
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The wood fired oven warms up the far end of Old Salt's deli counter.
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Peanut butter and chocolate ice box cake with pretzel caramel corn (left) and "All the Chocolate" desserts.
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Step up and order for take out, or waltz to the supperhouse side for seated service.
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The butcher case's red-blooded offerings.
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The deli counter's housemade dishes available for grab and go. The Old Salt meat shop and deli is open from 11 am to 7 pm.
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