Old Glory BBQ

April 26, 2010 § Leave a comment

Georgetown has a good number of decent brunch options ranging from the classics at Clyde’s to Hook’s more modern takes on Eggs Benedict and French toast. Yesterday, Ameya came down from UMD and we finally went to Old Glory BBQ to partake in their whole hog brunch buffet with all the fixings.

Unfortunately, because we got there much later in the day, the roast pork was a bit dry (though saved by the tasty rub) and the once crackly skin was inedible. However, the delicious sides redeemed the disappointing pork. I helped myself to tons of home fries, sausage and gravy, and something that resembled grits. At $14.95 for the entire meal, it was a good deal overall, but next time I know I’d be better off ordering the hand sliced brisket with two sides.

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