Just when we’ve picked a favorite dish, KC’s restaurants mix things up.
Drunken Fish has updated its lunch offerings to include several new salads, stir-fry bowls and bold appetizers and added signature sushi rolls like the White Tiger to the lunch specials.
Sample creamy edamame hummus with wonton chips, dig into a sweet and spicy chicken bowl, loaded with onions, zucchini, mushrooms and carrots stir-fried in a sweet and spicy jalapeno-chili sauce, or keep lunch light with tuna poke tacos, served with mangoes and topped with a citrus yuzu sauce and sesame seeds.
La Bodega is also changing up its menu just in time for warmer temperatures. We can’t wait to try new dinner items, such as the filete de salmon, seared salmon on a bed of saffron risotto, and the paella trio, an unlimited serving of the restaurant’s signature dish each Wednesday. The tapas menu has also gotten a few new additions, including the pimientos rellenos de piquillo, roasted piquillo peppers stuffed with ahi tuna and rice, which are half-price during happy hour.
What is dinner without drinks? To kick off spring, Providence New American Kitchen and The Drum Room Lounge developed a new lineup of cocktails that pay homage to the bar’s historic setting. Celebrate budding flowers with a taste of 43 Roses, a combination of Four Roses Bourbon, Licor 43, muddled strawberries and a splash of fresh lemon juice, or take a sip of Tanks for the Shandy, featuring Sapphire East Gin, strawberry thyme syrup, grapefruit bitters and Boulevard’s Tank 7.
Change has never tasted so good.