Fit for the king
In addition to the catchy name, Disgraceland has the prerequisites for success among the youth of today. Affordable drinks, a dark and somewhat dive-ish atmosphere, board games fit for the 80’s generation, and selected DIY DJ nights ensure the kids of yesterday have a watering hole to call their own.
A cure for the hangover
A sure cure for the weekend hangover, brunch at Disgraceland should set your head aright. Hearty plates of blueberry pancakes with espresso-infused syrup, french toast stuffed with peanut butter, banana, dark chocolate, and cream cheese, or the “heart attack benny” of green tomatoes, peameal, ham, cheddar, and poached eggs doused with orange chipotle hollandaise are among the brunch solutions. Lighter fare of granola is served with vanilla yogurt, honey, fruits and berries. For the vegetarians, the veggie benny is piled with fried green tomatoes, spinach, mushrooms, and roasted red peppers, while the tofu scramble proffers sweet peppers, onions, black beans, jalapenos, and corn tortillas.
Stand out grub
Dinnertime sees appetizers of grilled vegetable gazpacho, bosc pear and goat cheese spring rolls, as well as Jack Daniels chicken wings. Sandwiches of grilled cheese (a tripartite of jalapeno jack, cheddar, goat cheese), fried tofu with veggies, pulled pork slathered in Jack Daniels molasses BBQ sauce, and grilled peanut butter with banana, dark chocolate, and strawberry rhubarb compote are the stand outs amid vegan and Angus burgers. Mac and cheese, southern fried chicken, and vegan spaghetti bolognese are substantial comfort foods to fill the void.