When you walk in, you can’t help but notice the huge stuffed moose head mounted on the wall. The bartender explained that the moose was actually killed and stuffed by a family and when finished, they realized that it wouldn’t fit in the house so they sold it on ebay. Thankfully it’s found a good home.
The five “snacks” include items such as Roasted Garlic & Blue Cheese Fries and a Basket O’ Corn Dogs. They offer two salads; The Santa Fe, which can be ordered with a scoop of Smoked Chicken Salad on it, or the small side salad. The Specialty Sandwiches are served with the House Made Garlicky Dill and Spicy Sweet Green Tomato Pickles that were incredible. You can get a side of Duck Fat Fries ($1.75) or BBQ Baked Beans or Cilantro-Lime Slaw for $1.00.
After an abysmal attempt at a Reuben by the King Street Grille the other day I ordered the Reuben to see if my Reuben ‘jones’ could be satisfied. Prior to this, I thought that Graze’s (Mt. Pleasant) version of a Reuben was quite possibly one of the best I had ever eaten. But move over Graze, there is a new Moose in town. The Reuben had melt in your mouth corned beef and was topped with cheddar cheese (my request), sauerkraut and 1,000 island dressing. It was served on perfectly toasted rye bread and was piping hot.
The Tattooed Moose is a true gem and should definitely be on your list of places to try!
We gave the Tattooed Moose 5 out of a possible 5 plates. Can't wait to go back.