Charleston’s Tasty Black Sheep Burrito
Why We Went: A group of friends and I went to Black Sheep Burrito & Brews to have their awesome brunch, which is available both Saturday and Sunday. In fact, I extended my trip in Charleston, West Virginia, just for this.
What We Had: Orders included Shrimp & Grits, Chicken & Waffles, Pancakes & Bacon, and a Biscuit and Gravy.
Something Special: Black Sheep knows how to do amazing Chicken & Waffles. Their huge Belgian Waffle is topped with crispy honey nut breaded fried chicken and drizzled with luscious sage infused maple syrup, candied pecans, fried onion straws, and candied jalapeños. Just look at that! Slap ya mama delicious!
Noteworthy: Black Sheep’s menu has an eclectic choice of foods; one that is certain to dazzle any foodie. I have not yet tried the lunch/dinner choices, but I love everything on the menu and feel quite sure it is done with flair and tastes wonderful.
Best Part of the Meal: My friend Kim ordered the Biscuit and Gravy and it was heavenly! Not a typical country version by any means, this green onion butter biscuit comes paired with honey nut chicken tenders, drizzled with sausage gravy, and served with fried potatoes. Wow is all I can say!
Bonus: I will definitely try the Bombay Curry Benedict on my next trip, as I love anything Indian or Vindaloo style. The waitress recommended it but I had my heart set on the chicken ‘n’ waffles.
Be Sure to Know: Black Sheep Burrito has an awesome drink and cocktail menu. Take a look at their awesome list of mules, margaritas, and sangrias. They also have flights of beer so you can try several different ones.
What Needs Improvement: The only thing I see is that Black Sheep Burrito is an entirely hipster restaurant and for some people that might be very intimidating. I found it welcoming and friendly, but for those more conservative diners, they may feel like a fish out of water here.
Total Check Before Tip: $19.37 (2 of us without tip)
My Rating Scale 1 (lowest) to 10 (highest)= 9
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