Several weeks ago I ran into Brad Calhoun and got to talking food (I do that a lot). Brad began telling me about his plans to open a new restaurant in Greenfield on Jefferson Street, directly across from the post office.
I stopped by today to see what progress he’d made and while he is probably several weeks away from firing up the grill, char-broiler, and fry-daddy the place is taking shape.
He has stripped the walls and flooring to the original brick and oak, relocated the counter, hung an interesting old sliding door, and is working on some fun graphics for the bare walls.
Brad is a graduate of Hocking College’s Culinary School and is not just another fry-cook. He is a trained chef and hopes to bring something to Greenfield other than mashed potatoes and grease.
Personally, I’ll be thrilled to come to town and partake of something other than fast food or whatever prepared substance that just came out the back door of a Sysco food service truck.
While the complete menu is still being developed I’ve included a partial sample of his proposed breakfast offerings. Think I’m going to try me one of those Toad in the Hole things.