At the Clarkston Union Bar & Kitchen, located in Clarkston, Michigan, we found a feast like no church supper we’d ever had.
Today, the pews that once sat congregants now seat families and friends around their dining tables. The original stained-glass windows add interest.
A tangy version of their award-wining dish, where the Penne Rigate ridges add texture to the plate.
Our version was something original, featuring hotlink, bratwurst, kielbasa, jack cheese, peppers, onions, sauerkraut, and accented with a whole grain mustard sauce.
Our dessert selection was a shared plate of three profiteroles— filled with vanilla, chocolate, and salted caramel finished with a mound of whipped cream, topped with a cherry.