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Monday, September 21, 2020

 The Best Brunch EVER!!

Found an amazing brunch spot today hidden in Columbia MD called The Turn House, it's tucked away on the grounds of Hobbit's Glen Golf Course, at: 11130 Willow Bottom Dr., which I never knew existed. The decor is modern and classy with clean lines, as you walk in there's a sleek fireplace surrounded by a cool vibe with lots of gray hues. Since the weather was absolutely gorgeous we chose to sit out back where you get an amazing view of the gold course. It was very chill and relaxing, definitely an atmosphere that you guys will more than enjoy, I know I did. To start I ordered a watermelon margarita and Rob got on of their house made lemonades, both were super good. They also have great mimosas which are only $7 or $20 for bottomless. My watermelon margarita was full of flavor and had just the right amount of sweet and salty, hence the old bay and salt mixture rimmed glass. 

For the entrees I ordered the brisket hash, and Rob the signature burger, fries and summer salad. Mine came in a cute little skillet filled with cubed brisket, white and sweet potato hash, with two over medium eggs on top, all smothered with an amazing cheese sauce. Rob's was a brisket burger with cheese on a super soft bun, I didn't have any of the burger but I did eat a few of the fries ...(which were perfectly cooked). Let's just say he was more than pleased as he told me 2 or 3 times, which I can't laugh at because I found myself saying much of the same. 

For dessert I ordered the cheesecake smothered with a berry compote, topped with two scoops of vanilla ice-cream and Rob the mint chocolate mousse, lets just say by the time we left we could barely move. My cheesecake was so rich and creamy, the vanilla ice-cream paired perfectly with the berry sauce. Everything was soooooo good that you just couldn't.. not eat every bite. I had to run 5 miles instead of the usual 3 to feel better about all of the calories I happily ate. If you are ever in the area I completely recommend The Turn House for Brunch, it's the best I have had in a long time. Now keep in mind it's a bit pricey, this meal was just over $100 so it's not an everyday spot, but for once in a while as a treat yasss!! It's for sure worth every penny, I can't wait to go back and try the dinner menu. 

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