Old Town is quaint, and it's also infuriating. 20-30 minutes driving in circles around the side streets looking for parking. Sigh. We finally found a spot and headed over to Columbia Firehouse to try a new place out. Despite our best intentions, the restaurant had a 90-120 minute wait for a table. I'm just not that patient. Instead, we wandered down the street to the Hotel Monaco's restaurant, Jackson 20, and were seated immediately.
Southern-style biscuits with sweet honey butter.
The nice part was the offer to bring over more biscuits. They also have mini corn muffins, but the biscuits are the way to go.
Sausages with bbq baked beans, sauerkraut and musta)rd.
1/2 rack of ribs with coleslaw and extra bbq sauce.
This is not a vegetarian-friendly restaurant.
Side order of macaroni and cheese ($7).
Fantastic macaroni and cheese. Great crunchy topping, super cheesy sauce. I want some more right now.