photo credit: Allie Papajohn
Supperland is located in a restored, mid-century church in Plaza Midwood, where you’ll find tables in place of pews and a kitchen in place of a pulpit. Kick things off with baked brie bites, hot onion dip, or a seafood tower so tall it might be the closest anything from the ocean has ever been to God. Then, move to the family-style mains, like an 18-ounce prime ribeye or a whole roasted chicken, and sides like miso mac and cheese, broccoli with bone marrow butter, and carrots roasted in herb butter. Come for a fancy dinner and appreciate the fact that everything’s cooked over a 14-foot hickory and oak grill. They also have a speakeasy in the basement of a church annex, just know you have to make a reservation if you want to head down there for a nightcap (it’s worth it).