For the Love of Food
Remember the scene in Eat, Pray, Love when Julia Roberts says, “I’m in love. I’m having a relationship with my pizza?” Here at The Cottage, we’re in love with food too, and we don’t care who knows it.
Valentine’s Day is a time to focus on the things you love – including food. Couples might enjoy a romantic dinner, friends might go to brunch, and some may be cooking for one. No matter how you’re spending the holiday, we believe that sharing a good meal is one of the best ways to show affection. Here’s why food deserves to be the main attraction this Valentine’s Day.
- It’s easy to compromise. Spicy or rich? Sweet or salty? How about both? You know what they say: the heart wants what it wants, and sometimes it wants a bowl of our Cajun Jambalaya with a Toffee Pecan Tart for dessert.
- It’s there for you when you need it. There’s nothing like indulging in a Pecan Chicken and Waffle or a Blue Crab, Corn, and Bacon Pot Pie after a long day. Our selection of southern comfort dishes are sure to warm the heart.
- If it’s made right, it won’t let you down. From our famous Fried Green Tomatoes to our seasonal salads, we always use the finest ingredients. Show yourself some love this Valentine’s Day by enjoying something that’s locally grown and freshly made. You’ll taste (and feel) the difference.
- There’s always a way to spice things up. Valentine’s Day is the perfect occasion to treat your taste buds to something different. Have you ever tried Liver and Onions or a Kimchi Pancake? We specialize in crafting southern classics with a twist, so there’s always a new dish to enjoy at The Cottage.
Join us on February 14th for a romantic meal that will have you falling in love with every bite. Call us today to make a reservation.