|Horse tartar ($16) with potato sticks, a ton of fresh dill and Hollandaise|
When you eat a cow and not a horse, you are saying to that cow, you are not worth living the way a horse is. You're useless and I can eat you.
Think about it.
Horse meat is not only tasty but is low in fat, high in protein and over 4,000 horses are consumed worldwide each year.
It is not the horrific thing you may think it is.
|Cured meat board ($19) with a side of warm olives ($4) and a large side of bread ($4)|
The Black Hoof's claim to fame was and still very much is their house made charcuterie. Sure, charcuterie is not the buzz word that it used to be but it still is a thing of beauty. Some bread and a little mustard have us making our own mini sandwiches.
Our adventure continues with fried sweet breads, a tongue sandwich on brioche and roasted bone marrow.
All good and none of which are for the discriminating diner.