There are few things more satisfying than hot, crispy, thinly-sliced fried potatoes. I tend to respect folks who cut Idaho russets all day long, par-blanching them first, and then, right before an order comes in, frying them a second time to crisp them up.
Several years ago while on a trip to San Francisco, I managed to devour a luscious bread pudding from the legendary Tartine Bakery on a Sunday morning. Then about two years ago, I felt as if I had experienced it all over again, except this time it was in Andersonville, at M. Henry during brunch.
The folks at Custom House Tavern are beefing up for Election Day. If you do vote on November 2nd, just bring in your voting receipt (that day) and their $12 burger ($14 at dinner) is yours for just $5.