Do you see those little squares, the ones on the right of the plate? They're Irish enchantment, going by the playful name Pork Hash Tagged. And they're on the newest breakfast menu at Raglan Road. Take-away: Order the pork hash at Raglan Road.
Those golden tater bits look like so-so home fries but they're far more. Some of those little cubes are braised pork belly, others fried potato. They're generously jumbled together with scallions and, usually, topped with fried eggs. Here you see them with a battered and fried poached egg. Yes, a battered and fried poached egg--really now! The tempura-style egg is generally served with grilled New York strip steak and breakfast "roasties," which must be spuds.
Raglan Road swapped in menu items for all dayparts, in fact. It also introduced several new cocktails, most of them built around food. Here are some highlights from a recent media preview.
That's a starter for you. Make a visit, maybe during the five-day Mighty St. Patrick's Festival starting Friday, March 13, 2015.
Watch the Irish dancers, take inthe live music, eat, drink and be merry.