When you wake up after having more than the “just one drink” that you and your friends agreed on the night before, go to Hampton + Hudson. This all-day spot serves Southern comfort food, along with non-Southern dishes, like pastrami hash and a great burger. But if you’re not feeling your best, go for the Hangover Fries, which are topped with pork verde chili, pickled mustard seeds, cheese curds, and an egg, and will give you the necessary fuel to eventually order a drink.
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