Newcomer Link has exploded on to the scene with a huge array of fat-astic, experimental and sometimes utterly unchained sausages. The white subway tiled location gleams like a beacon for the beautiful people of 3rd Street looking for a bite. (Although they do lose points for having a really Google-unfriendly name.) Owners Thomas Benedict and Henry Costa decided to open a place that honors the craft and uses responsibly sourced, antibiotic and hormone-free meats, local produce and fresh-baked breads. This is no biergarten, this is a higher-end, but friendly space that has beers on draft, thoughtful cocktails and a funky menu that takes sausages to new places. As a bonus, the vegan and vegetarian options here are not an afterthought, and are the most satisfying, (read: have flavor and aren't dry) that we sampled. The best of the best here is the pork Hollywood. Natural casing, a medium-coarse grind, and a hefty amount of fat and spice, it's luscious, toothsome and sublime. Pair that with exceptional, roasted Brussels sprouts and you will be elevated to bliss.
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