Pasture serves lunch. The lunch menu isn’t a cool list of “small plates” like the dinner menu. I had the $8 “Frankfurter”. It was about 6″ long, with spiced ground beef, slaw onions and mustard. I should have ordered the $11 cheeseburger. I’ve had the burger before and it’s excellent. The hot dog wasn’t bad, it just didn’t taste like $8. I’m almost sure I’d know what eight bucks tastes like. The hot dog comes with a side of chips or fries.
The hot dog would have been more psychologically satisfying if it was house-made. At least that
way it would appeal to the suppressed food snob in me. Apparently They are working on that.
Soon, they will begin to smoke their own hot dogs in-house. But not yet.
The service and atmosphere are great at Pasture. The owner and management are attentive and genuinely interested in customer satisfaction and feedback.
A few days later, I went back to Pasture for the burger. I gave it 1,110,000 out of 1,260,000 points. A very good burger. I do, of course, wish it was just a little cheaper.