19 Bella Tapas BYOB Restaurant

Lucky Foods For The New Year

Lucky Foods For The New Year

Author Dondra Vaughn from Farmers’ Almanac says “Eat poor on New Year’s and eat fat the rest of the year.” So goes the popular saying in the southern United States.

On January 1, millions will be serving up the traditional New Year’s menu of black-eyed peas, ham, greens, and cornbread. It is believed eating these foods on New Year’s Day will bring good luck and prosperity for the remainder of the year. Greens represent the green of money, black-eyed peas symbolize coins, cornbread stands for gold, and ham simply flavors the mix. Try these recipes for your New Year’s Day celebration!”

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    19 Bella
    4.0
    Based on 160 Reviews
    Kelsey C.
    Kelsey C.
    2019-03-05 09:53:28
    Super cute brunch place! My waitress Kate was super friendly and quick. I had a mocha and the corned beef hash, both were excellent. The prices are similar...
    Brigit P.
    Brigit P.
    2018-12-28 13:32:22
    We've been here twice. Relaxing atmosphere and made to order dishes. Only had brunch items so far but we've loved them. Mushroom asparagus scramble with...
    Tiffanie T.
    Tiffanie T.
    2018-10-14 16:51:17
    This place was a quaint place and had great reviews for brunch. It's extremely small so I would either go really early or have reservations. You have the...