by Eric Doksa
We've raved about Coleman Public House's killer burgers and addictive Asian glazed baby back ribs, but there's something to be said about the hot skillet of mac 'n' cheese that can easily sub as an Ambien replacement. The noodles are covered in creamy, smoky aged gouda, thick cuts of bacon, a dusting of chopped parsley, and a touch of white truffle oil. It's a cheese lover's dream come true that will make anyone full after a few bites, but it's impossible to stop shoveling spoonfuls into your mouth. An order of this love in a skillet should come with a hammock, as a nap is most certainly required after taking it all down.
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