What you’re getting: Ashland Hill Burger
Posting up at the old Wildflour Pizza space, new restaurant/beer garden Ashland Hill serves up way-better-than-your-average-gastropub fare, like a crisp, crack-level-addictive(-we-assume-even-though-we’ve-never-done-crack) cauliflower dish. Not down with cauliflower? FINE. Hit the Shishito Mac & Cheese; an obscenely juicy half-chuck, half-short rib burger; and a range of well-chosen beers (including an ultra-tasty peanut butter stout) instead. Pro tip: make sure you’re hitting them on its outdoor patio.
What you’re getting: The Benedict Flight
All you really need to know about brunching at Fork in the Road is that the menu features a Benedict Flight, meaning you get not one, not two, but THREE of ‘em smothered in a creamy hollandaise sauce.