Thursday, October 07, 2010

New Fall Menu at B&O American Brasserie

I got an e-mail about the new Fall menu at B&O and some of the offerings sound so good, I think another visit to the restaurant should be in my not-too-distant future.

What sounds most enticing? Some of the new starters, like the Spice Cured Hamachi with peppadew chili puree, freekah (parched green wheat) salad, blood orange, and micro shiso, and the Foie Gras & Oxtail Terrine with duck rillette, cranberry marmalade and toasted brioche. Also this season’s Market Flatbread with celery root, braised kale, egg, and truffle cheese. And this new cocktail caught my eye as well: Axel Grease Beer with 42 Below Manuka Honey Vodka, Youngs Double Chocolate Stout Syrup, Chambord, Angostura Bitters, Gunniess.

Check out the full menu here.

Also, From October 1 to World AIDS Day on December 1, B&O is helping guests feel good about having a cocktail or two with the launch of “Cocktails for a Cure,” to support the fight against HIV/AIDS. Each time a guest purchases any of three hand-crafted Red Ribbon Cocktails, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants will donate $1 to Chase Brexton Health Services.

ETA - more news from B&O: B&O American Brasserie is pleased to announce that they have won the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) and Nation’s Restaurant News 2010 SPIRIT Award for their commitment to their workforce and a strong understanding of how their staff impacts the organization’s overall success.

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