After admiring the menu, which was full of items that I could eat, I decided to go with the Sheep's Pie, a lovely combination of sauteed onions, broccoli, carrots, and peas, covered in buttery mashed potatoes and an almost-too-convincing gravy. It was delightful....but I did end up scorching my mouth a few times because I couldn't wait for it to cool down.
Sara and I also ordered their garlic knots, and their addition of vegan Parmesan was a nice touch. The knots were great, and Ethos' great deals on craft beers makes this place even better. (I've been on a craft beer kick since Colorado). It was a real mood lifter for me, and I'm looking forward to going to brunch there very soon.
Oh...and I forgot about their dessert menu...chocolate amaretto mousse, Ethos sundae, cake, cookies, and an ice cream float. Though I was too full to move after filling up on Sheep's Pie and craft beer, I really wish that I could have gotten my hands on that ice cream sundae. I guess there's always next time. Check out their menu here.