We each had an entree, all of which were outstanding. I had probably the best Carnitas Cuban sandwich ever, and Bert’s BBQ Pork Sandwich was also the best she has enjoyed. Another entree, the Fig Jam and three Cheese Sandwich was a big hit, and quite different. Listed as a “vegetarian dish,” apple sausage can be added to make a “Figgy Piggy.” But, the truly big hit of the night – and I mean BIG – was the Crispy Chicken and Cornbread Pancake.
Slightly spicy, crispy boneless chicken was delicious all served with salted caramel butter and maple syrup on the side.
To sum up the Tom’s Urban experience, I would say:
- Fit for Foodies
- Great for Brunch
- Good for Groups
- Notable Wine List
- Great Alternative Drinks
- Good Beer Menu
- Vibrant Bar Scene and Good Happy Hour
- Great for Lunch
One last thing. The previous restaurant had windows that were enclosed by lots of dark wood in the front of the place. Tom’s has a clear opening all the way from end to end, making for a great place to “people watch.”
We plan to go back, again…..and again. I recommend you do, too.