Big Crow but Little
You can head here to grab fuel for a picnic, but the licensed patio also offers two communal picnic tables for those that want to imbibe on site.
The food menu bills just three sandwiches, each one is a variation on the Pretty Girl ($9), a fried chicken BLT built on thick-cut Texas toast with tomatoes, pickles, slaw and herb mayo.
The Fried Bird ($6.50) is a bacon-less option, while the BLT ($6.50) skips the poultry. Why anyone wouldn't want the fried chicken is a mystery to me.
The pickle-brined, buttermilk-drenched dark meat gets a double coating of seasoned flour. It's not especially crispy once smooshed between bread with all the fixings but the meat is impeccably moist.
Slaw ($2), sweet potato salad ($2), Covered Bridge potato chips ($2.50) and pickles on a stick ($1.50) round out the offerings.
The potato salad is a unique feature with cranberries, walnuts and scallions mixed throughout.
To drink there's Henderson's Best ($8 for a 12-ounce pour) on tap along with cans of Steam Whistle ($7) and Gin Smash ($10).
The patio is covered and the intent is to operate year-round. Food is available until it sells out while the patio stops serving at 11 p.m.
Photos by Jesse Milns