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#1 Feb-28-23 12:20PM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
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Another local gem!

The Bilstad's live over in P-ville near my middle son. That's where we heard of Bilstad's Beignets. They had a food truck and we would get some once in a while. Yum is an understatement

Recently, they opened a store in old Ashburn.

Debbie and I have stopped in there for beignets and coffee (which is locally roasted and OUTSTANDING) a few times!

Last week I stopped in there because they advertised a Roasted Turkey Cuban. So I tried it and it was GREAT! Mrs. Bilstad's grandpa is Cuban so she's making a variation of the sammie. Some Cubans would roll over in their grave hearing a "roasted turkey Cuban" but they nailed this one.

Cool place to visit!


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#2 Mar-01-23 7:15PM

firemunkee
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From: Ashburn, VA
Registered: May-23-13
Posts: 1757

Re: Another local gem!

They have good beignets! I went shortly after they first opened so they didn't have much if any food options. I'd be down to try that turkey Cuban though! Thanks for posting this.


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#3 Mar-02-23 12:57PM

Ernie
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Re: Another local gem!

That roasted turkey Cuban is a once in a while deal. I follow the on FB. Thatís where you get the alerts.


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#4 Mar-03-23 5:17AM

Bryan
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From: Bealeton, VA
Registered: Mar-18-11
Posts: 1104

Re: Another local gem!

The one thing I don't like about living rural is that all the best places to eat are far away. I'll add this to the long list of eateries I want to visit.


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#5 Mar-05-23 8:26AM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
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Re: Another local gem!

Although I don't think I am a grits guy, Mr. B. makes some interesting lunch dishes that I will need to try:

I love supporting locals in business!

EAT MY GRITS

We stew polenta grits with whole milk and heavy cream to make succulent grit bowls.

Chicken Salsa Verde- $15.00; Wood-fired chicken slowly cooked in a tomatillo gravy and topped with cotija cheese.

Country Captain Chicken- $15.00; A diverse recipe of fire braised chicken in red pepper ragu, then topped with cotija cheese.

Gochujang Pork Shoulder- $15.00; Slow cooked pork topped with Corn and poblano de gallo.

Cola-Braised Short Ribs- $16.50; Spoon tender beef cooked in a cola au jus and topped with pickled red onions.


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#6 Mar-06-23 5:10AM

backtofuturetoyota
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From: Stafford
Registered: Jan-12-12
Posts: 708

Re: Another local gem!

Man, if I wasn't trying to give up sugar!! lol

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