Patton Alley Pub: Pork Tenderloin

Most people who know me, or read this blog, know I’m a huge fan of Patton Alley Pub. They’ve got some of the best burgers in town and it’s impossible to beat their happy hour specials (half price domestics on tap and half price appetizers).

Sarah met me there for dinner on Friday and we invited her coworker Paula and Rebecca from the church. While we were there Steve and Tammy showed up, which didn’t surprise us at all. The special on Friday was a fried pork tenderloin sandwich. It was one of the best I’ve ever had. Tammy tells me it was even better than the tenderloin at Smiths. I keep meaning to stop in  Bolivar or Collins for a tenderloin, but never drive through those towns at a meal time.

A note to Eric: next time you revize the menu add the tenderloin as a regular menu item. My only complaint was that it should have been served with lettuce, onion, and tomato. Horseradish would also be nice. Other than that it would replace the pub burger with wing sauce, blue cheese, and red onion as my standby.