Wednesday, January 16, 2013

The Jacobson

A converted industrial building now houses a recently opened modern eatery in the Crossroads.  The location has historical ties to former President Harry Truman.  The locally owned restaurant is named after the original owner.  It is tucked in around many historical sites fronted by cobblestone streets.

The Jacobson boasts itself as a “modern eatery using local seasonal items.”  From their well designed menu selection, you will find it hard to make a selection, making it all the more inviting for your return. 

Everything on the menu is marked to indicate its dietary content.

We were treated to the goat cheese stuffed meatballs, the crispy shrimp and the sesame crusted oyster mushrooms.  Each was distinctive in taste and beautifully presented.  The items on the Mingle section are meant to be shared with you contemplate the amazing wine and beer selections

The herb stuffed pork loin, with a hint of oregano, plated with the sweet potato mash and roasted Brussels sprouts, combined with the market green salad was not only completely satisfying to taste but beautifully plated.

As a finishing touch, the cocoanut macaroon comes highly recommended.

There are daily features with live music every Tuesday evening.



Treat yourself to an unforgettable evening at The Jacobson.  You’ll be back. More information click here

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