I had only tried Dai Due's offerings once before: at Oktoberfest last year at the Real Ale Brewery in Blanco.
First impressions of the brick-and-mortar restaurant? Charming and delicious. We sat at the bar and ordered a la carte, but the supper club menu (see below) did look fantastic. I was also excited to find an offering from Bending Branch on their drink list, a winery Chris and I discovered in Comfort in February (and now adore).
(And for the Texas-wine-naysayers out there: I was once one of you! Try Bending Branch and you might just come back from the dark side. You know, the dark side, that special place where all Texas wine haters exist in vast numbers. Just kidding. That was a Star Wars reference. I actually used to copyedit a large amount of licensed Star Wars books, so I could probably Star-Wars-reference most people under a table. Just try me! I will Asajj Ventress you until the Wine Wars are over. PS. I won't really do that. And I know, it's the Clone Wars, not the Wine Wars. Honestly, I would probably want to be a female version of Obi-Wan, not Asajj. Although she is awesome in an evil way. Okay, I'll stop now.)
Dai Due Menu from Thursday
Waiting patiently for delicious treats
Queso Flameado with
Boar Chorizo, Mushrooms,
Chilies, and Homemade Tortillas
Grilled Blood Sausage with Butter Bean Stew (fave dish of the night)
Mesquite Sourdough Bread
with Honey Whipped Lard
Roasted Sweet Potatoes