The Top 100 List: #77 Jonesy’s Eatbar’s “Pan Roasted Pork Tenderloin”


Jonesy’s Eatbar’s “Pan Roasted Pork Tenderloin”

Location: Uptown

Rating: 6.5 (out of 10)

Price: $18

The Skinny: I like Jonesy’s.  It has a good, solid bar feel to the place, even though they call themselves a “gastropub”.  The name is just a bunch of nonsense to indicate that in addition to serving drinks as a bar should, they cook good food too.  Apparently “restaurant” was inadequate – it doesn’t properly describe their array of drink options (23 beers, but only like 3 on tap).  One thing is for sure, they definitely put out some excellent food.

In addition to ordering the tenderloin, we tried the truffle fries and lamb sliders (lamby joe’s), which were glorious – particularly the fries.  The tenderloin was good too.  Tender meat, peppery flavor, sides were above average.  Nothing that compared to their fries, but a pretty good effort and execution.

I left very satisfied with the meal, noting the spot for future visits.  I wonder if, at a gastropub the bartender will listen to your tale of woe, pour your glass full “on the house”, and give you some sage advice?  I’ll report back on this, dear reader…


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