People have fallen under the spell of a Crow Hollow restaurant called Glutton’s Diner. The style of cooking is hard to figure out. The menu includes a tender steak sandwich in a potent saffron sauce served rare and bloody, with a side of corn on the cob. Also, a pork sandwich inspired by local cuisine, and venison simmered with fiery and malleable local sausage.
Although these foods may lack any unifying cultural background, they did have one thing in common, they are all served on rolls. Apart from an occasional salad or soup, everything cooked at Glutton’s arrives in sandwich form. And with the exception of a bacon wrapped filet mignon tartar every sandwich at Glutton’s is filled with hot, cooked meat and vegetables.
If you are planning on stopping by and grabbing a sandwich, be prepared to wait because this place is hopping. Despite the run-down look, the seats are always filled and a line out the door. There is something different about the meat that is served that makes you come back for more. Something that seems familiar. Wait a human tooth was recently found in a sandwich. Try not to look too closely.