Feels Like Home: A Closer Look at Frank's Americana Revival
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 | 2 years ago
"The pride that the Shines take in their food was a running theme in almost every dish that I ordered at Frank's, including the double-bone pork chop, brined for eight hours in maple, apple juice, brown sugar and rosemary before it's grilled and served glistening with a brush of fresh fruit and pepper glaze. Estrada had boastingly described it as something he'd feel proud to pit against Perry's Famous Pork Chop." Find out more about Frank's Americana Revival in this week's Cafe review. PHOTOS BY TROY FIELDS.