Friday, April 26, 2019

Did You Know They Launched a New Menu at Public House?

In 2012, the Working Class Outlaws opened Imperial on Woodward Avenue in Ferndale, Michigan. Just over a year later, they opened Public House down the street on 9 Mile and last year, at the end of 2018, they opened a third restaurant next door on 9 Mile called Antihero. All three restaurants serve out of this world food and have their own cool vibe. Imperial is the home of So-Cal style tacos and sides, Anti Hero is a perfect fusing of Japanese and American, and Public House is traditional American fare with a twist.

But, having opened three great spaces in a matter of 6 years wasn't enough for this team. After they launched Anti Hero a few months ago, they got ready to do an entire menu revamp at Public House. That menu revamp includes getting rid of their sliders and going to full burgers as well as shifting the focus of their menu from little bites to bigger full-sized meals. They also added a lot more vegan options to their menu which means that I had an even bigger reason to go back and see what they had to offer.

I am pleased to say that the new menu is a big upgrade for Public House. The Impossible Burger is made with a pretzel bun, vegan thousand islands, and the meltiest and most delicious vegan cheese. The pretzel bun alone makes it better than 99% of the burgers we have ever had, but then you add in the cheese and the sauce and it takes it over the top. I would say it is the best Impossible in town. I also tried the Prickles, a vegan fried pickle with dipping sauce. It's been a long time since I had a good fried appetizer and I really enjoyed this one. I topped off my meal with Estelle, a tequila-based cocktail that was very sweet, but also had a little kick to it. It was good, but I could only have one because like I said, it was very sweet. Overall I was very pleased with the new menu and I think that this was an awesome new upgrade to something that was already solid. I cannot wait to see what the WCO do next!


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