New Fall Menu Update — Restaurants Near Me
We are absolutely thrilled about launching our fall menu this week. Our biggest fear is that you’re at home thinking, “I’m so bored with the restaurants near me.” Freight prevents that by updating the menu seasonally. As the climate changes every season, local farmers adjust by growing crops fit for the weather. According to our friend Erick from Forerunner Foods, Georgia has an excellent climate for fall vegetables, such as butternut squash, brussel sprouts, asparagus, etc. Find these in the Autumn Harvest entrée (vegan and gluten-free) on our new menu.
Restaurants Near Me
New Fall Menu
But wait, there’s more! Other new entrees include a Roasted Beet salad, Pork Chops, and New York strip. Enjoy two new appetizers, Pork Belly and Punky’s Pickle flight with pimento deviled eggs. Proceeds from Punky’s Pickles are donated to the American Heart and Stroke Association. We upgraded side options to include rosemary potatoes, maple bacon brussel sprouts with feta, and more. Finally, our two new soups are Venison Chili and Roasted Poblano Black Bean.
So many good choices
Tomorrow October 6th is Friday Night Live in downtown Woodstock! The theme is Oktoberfest and you know how much Freight loves beer. Come have dinner and try a can of Red Hare Oktoberfest. While enjoying your beer, check out the scarecrow invasion! It is always fun to see what creative creations are out there on Main St.
Speaking of our new Venison Chili, guess who’s competing in the Atlanta Chili Cook Off Saturday October 7th… US!!! Be there or be square. We need your support!
Join us Monday October 9th when the Minnesota Vikings play the Chicago Bears at 8:30 PM. Don’t miss out on our delicious burger battle in which you choose between two team inspired burgers:
Minnesota Vikings Juicy Lucy Burger — 8 oz. local beef patty with white and yellow cheddar cheeses, mayo, and fried pickles.
Chicago Bears Burger — 8 oz. local beef patty with sport peppers, tomato wedges, dill pickles, relish, chopped onion, yellow mustard, and celery salt.
Originally published at Freight Kitchen & Tap.