Below are some items that I have tried and my opinions of them:
Eggs Benedict- For brunch each Sunday, Rye offers an Eggs Benedict of the Day. On one occasion, they offered pulled chicken atop bread pudding that was covered in chipotle Hollandaise sauce. On another visit, they Benny of the Day was smoked Prime brisket atop house-made ricotta and fried green tomatoes, then topped with chive Hollandaise sauce. Both were yummy, but I particularly liked the variety with the brisket and fried green tomatoes.
|Chicken and Chipotle Hollandaise Sauce atop Bread Pudding|
|Smoked Prim Brisket and House-made Ricotta atop Fried Green Tomatoes with Chive Hollandaise Sauce|
Pancakes- Ordered these as a side and they were served with maple vanilla syrup. I thought they were quite good and on a future visit, I will have to order the variety topped with Nutella and bacon.
Both of our visits have been at brunch, but we have liked the items we have tried so far. My wife and I plan on dining here for dinner at some point and trying some of their dinner entrees like their steaks, pan roasted grouper, or chile-rubbed pork tenderloin. Although the space is very intimate and has limited seating, the service had been exceptional on both visits and we like the rustic decor of the restaurant. This place is certainly another welcome addition to the McKinney Square.
Rye. Craft Food and Drink
Livin the Good Life Rating=4