A friend and I recently had dinner at The Porch, a restaurant located in Midtown Sacramento on K Street.
I have walked past The Porch at various times on weekends when heading to the Midtown Farmers Market. Each time I did I noted that it appears to be a popular weekend brunch spot.
Entering the restaurant I was surprised at how large it is inside. The interior is very attractive, with an abundance of warm wood. I especially liked that the bar and dining room was separated by partial wood panel walls providing seated diners more privacy than would a wide open space.
The Porch specializes in farm-to-fork Southern cooking – also known as “comfort” food. Our waitress was warm, welcoming and attentive bringing to mind the term “Southern hospitality”.
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My friend opted for the shrimp and grits (gulf shrimp, Porch BBQ, creamy Gouda grits, Zoe’s bacon, diced tomatoes, green onions). The dish received a rave review – but unfortunately she dug into her meal before I could take a picture.
When I saw that the BBQ pork sandwich was done Carolina-style (Carolina BBQ-pulled pork, sesame bun, mayo, smoked Gouda, apple-walnut slaw on the side) I immediately knew what I was going to order. Sandwiches at The Porch also come with hand-cut fries and house-made catsup. It was all delicious.
While the menu changes daily, I anticipate that a number of menu items that piqued my interest will reappear so I do plan to return to The Porch – perhaps next time to sit outside on the patio on a summer morning to enjoy brunch.
Comments on The Porch?
Do you have a favorite menu item you recommend I try next time I visit The Porch?
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