Two New Chow-worthy Spots in Montgomery
Ham and High
ever-evolving dinner menu focuses on seasonal, sustainable and local cuisine
meat and produce sourced from local farmers and artisans or on-site at Hampstead Farms. The three-acre, urban farm regularly supplies the destination restaurant with an array of fresh produce and herbs, ranging from heirloom tomatoes and okra, to rosemary and honey, while the traditional farmhouse doubles as a unique venue
Ham and High Market will soon offer a convenient stop for the community, complete with an array of wine, meat, fresh farm produce, cheese, honey and other specialty items
cooking devoted to prepared meat products such as bacon, ham, sausage, terrines, galantines, pâtés, and confit, primarily from pork
Big beer menu. Lunch menu. Happy Hour Everyday from 2 - 7pm featuring fantastic drink specials! Delicious Bar Menu every night featuring the famous Basket o’ Bacon, Hot Tots, Imported Cheese Plate & more.
Re: tipping point hampstead beer menu:
That place has some nice beers, although the six taps are relatively lame.
THIS is a big beer menu (It's a bar/restaurant in Birmingham):
Too bad Ham and High is not open for lunch (mmmmm, charcuterie); I'd love to try it next time I'm in Montgomery.
re: Big Daddy
That's true, the one you posted is a bigger beer list than the one at tipping point. I should have noted it was big for Montgomery, not compared to Earth. Honestly Ham and High not being open for lunch isn't a surprise to me. I'm surprised they are open for dinner. The place is serving food that the majority of people around here just can't appreciate. I give them a few more months max. That's really sad, but it's typically the way things go here. If it's not a meat and three or McDonalds, it's struggling or dead.