Thursday, June 9, 2011

My Way Making Its Mark

Tonight was my second trip to popular neighborhood eatery My Way Tavern, located in downtown Holly Springs. Overall, I’ve been impressed with what I’ve seen and tasted at this sports-bar meets gastro-pub.

It’s not every day you find a place of this ilk that serves Ahi tuna, fresh-cut and never frozen chicken tenders, slow-cooked beef short ribs, blackened mahi mahi and an impressive assortment of distinctive burgers and sandwiches.

While prices are somewhat high (to wit: $7 for a hotdog and fries), you get what you pay for with generous portions and tasty provisions.  For my money, the gourmet burgers (like pictured above) are the best value on the menu.

If adult beverages interest you, My Way serves more than 65 bottled beers and boasts 14 North Carolina brewed draughts.  A large, bustling bar serves as the restaurant’s cornerstone of activity.


While there’s still room for improvement (for example:  friendly but somewhat sluggish service), all indications point toward a long, prosperous life for My Way Tavern.

All photos courtesy of Jonathan Fredin/S&A Cherokee

My Way Tavern on Urbanspoon

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