The intersection of Hanover Street and Fort Avenue is now home to Bluegrass, a charming and friendly new neighborhood restaurant and tavern. Although it’s housed
in an all-new building, the feel is rustic and authentic, and that describes the menu as well.  Chef Patrick Morrow’s Southern roots come through with the menu’s concentration on grilled game meats, extensive charcuterie offerings, and classic Dixie fare such as pimento cheese and crackers, crawfish hush puppies, aged cheddar grits, chicken-fried quail salad and a classic muffuletta— and cornbread in a hot cast-iron skillet comes with every order. Need more to tempt you? How about a Gunpowder Bison strip loin served with spoonbread and Sea Island peas or the grilled Berkshire pork chop with roasted apples, baked heirloom beans and a root beer sauce? And the bar prides itself on its collection of fine bourbons. There are dining rooms upstairs and down, and large windows on the street level swing open to the outdoor sidewalk seating area, perfect for warm weather dining. Open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday, lunch on Thursday and Friday and for brunch on weekends. 1500 S. Hanover St., 410-244-5101

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