Five Finds on Friday: Tomas Rahal of MAS Tapas

Five Finds on Friday:  Tomas Rahal of MAS Tapas

On Fridays, we feature five finds from local chefs and personalities.  Today’s picks come from Tomas Rahal of MAS Tapas, who focused on some of his current daytime favorites.  Rahal’s picks:

1)  Double Macchiato from Shenandoah Joe.  “Sometimes this is a meal, others a reward.  Perfect pitch by the baristas at Shen Joe.”

2)  Blueberry Spudnuts from Spudnuts.  “Maybe they remind me of my aunt Eulalia’s nutmeg donuts, or Lori just knows I’m a sucker for these hot out of the oil.  Simple pleasure.”

3)  Fried Chicken and Waffles from Ace Biscuit & Barbecue.  “Need I say more? Brian and staff hit this one out of the park.”

4)  Pulled Pork from BBQ Exchange.  “The whole hog and nothing butt the whole hog.  Want some awesome hickory-smoked protein?  Shake a leg to Gordonsville and be prepared to wait.  You can’t hurry perfection.”

5)  The awesome homemade Sandwiches from Breadworks.  “Taste just like Mom’s!”

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