Overview: From the looks of the building, you’ll feel as though you are approaching a little red schoolhouse. Another Fork in the Road doesn’t immediately register as a restaurant, even with the sign in front proclaiming it’s “a finer diner”; however, as soon as you open the door you’ll see deer antlers, specials written on a chalkboard, a curated rustic charm, and you will know that hipsters have been here. When you read the menu and try the actual food you’ll realize that no, this isn’t just some hip place, but something better — this is true top-notch fine dining, as the sign says.
The Menu: The supple, made-to-order mozzarella cheese is a strict requirement of any visit. Served with a puddle of oil and crusty bread, this is one of their simplest but most raved-about dishes. Their main menu deals mostly with rich and savory brunch items, like Shakshuka, a spicy Israeli-style dish of baked eggs and tomatoes served piping hot in a cast-iron skillet, and Kedgeree, Scottish fried rice with curry, eggs, smoked trout and bacon, a dish that never disappoints. Their dinner menu is constantly changing depending on what looks good at the farms, and that’s where Chef Jamie Parry really shows next-level skill.
Standout Specials: A pickled vegetable plate is often on special. Order that. The dinner specials are otherwise unpredictable, but you can count on being impressed.
Regulars Recommend: Whatever is on special, according to Thad (farmer)
Notable Feature: There is a play area on-site for little ones. It is a considerate touch that is much appreciated by the parents among us.