As the temperature starts to great (eventually), diners get started organizing their slide outings with new dishes to delight the senses — and ideally not tax the pocketbook.
Previous month, Eureka! launched new menu products as very well as a quartet of craft cocktails.
Get started your meal with roasted beets and whipped feta ($9), a dish featuring red and golden beets, Greek yogurt, whipped feta, toasted pine nuts, chives and a balsamic glaze. Or decide on the new eggplant and tahini spread appetizer ($10), built with feta, lemon, sumac, chives, added virgin olive oil and sea salt, served with grilled ciabatta crostini.
The chargrilled cauliflower is yet another selection for those people exhausted of fried appetizers. It truly is involves a Fresno chile lime vinaigrette, cilantro garnish and is served with garlic aioli.
Another new starter is the ahi tuna poke stack ($15), featuring bourbon barrel-aged soy sauce, smashed avocado, black rice, firecracker aioli, furikake, green onion and Fresno chile. (Notice: It really is been marketed out on the web lately for pickup or delivery, so this could be a dine-in option for now.)
Burger enthusiasts have two fresh options, equally made with area Santa Carota carrot-fed Angus beef. The truffle mushroom cheeseburger ($17) tops its Angus patty with a decadent white truffle cheese sauce, havarti cheese and oyster mushrooms. These with a bigger urge for food can order the double stacked cheeseburger ($18) with two patties piled large with bacon, cheddar and havarti cheeses, whiskey caramelized onions, dwelling-made pickles and garlic aioli.
For dessert, buy the new butterscotch pudding ($8) that is served with a property-made bourbon caramel whipped product.
The chain also unveiled new craft cocktails: The Headhunter King is tiki-all set, produced with Jamaican rum, macadamia nut, lime, pineapple, orgeat and falernum. Early morning, Peaches is a bourbon-dependent libation with peach, lemon, coffee and vanilla. Heat issues up with The Flooring is Lava, showcasing mezcal, lime, hibiscus, blood orange and Ancho Reyes chile liqueur. And ideal for our continue to-very hot times is the Backyard Hurry, produced with gin, lemon, celery, lemongrass, Grand Poppy liqueur, triple sec, habanero chile and egg whites.
Eureka! has also expanded its Hoppy Hour choices, which is available from 3 to 6 p.m. weekdays. Guests can now love $5 picked craft beers and $7 boutique red or white wine along with menu objects ranging from $3 to $9. Possibilities consist of the new chargrilled cauliflower and eggplant and tahini distribute as properly as the American cheeseburger with fries, firecracker riblets, truffle cheese fries, mac ‘n’ cheese balls and honey-cinnamon sweet potato fries.
Eureka! is at 10520 Stockdale Highway.
OTHER Warm NEW DISHES
Flame Broiler has a wholesome new possibility for diners with its very low-carb spring and sprout salad. The medley of spring combine, inexperienced and purple cabbage, shredded carrots, eco-friendly onions and soybean sprouts arrives with a option of protein (rooster, beef, 50 percent and 50 %, or tofu) and is tossed in a sesame dressing.
This salad retails for $7.90 and is available at all seven nearby Flame Broilers: 12918 Brimhall Street, Suite 200 5600 California Ave. 3505 Coffee Road, Suite B 4200 Gosford Road, Suite 107 2630 Mount Vernon Ave., Suite 200 8200 Stockdale Freeway, Suite K3 and 4701 White Lane, suites D and E.
Property Residence (10308 Stockdale Freeway) has some new dishes on faucet as properly, including Miguel’s queso dip ($12.49) created with cheddar and pepper jack cheeses, queso blanco, roasted poblano peppers, guajillo chile and chipotle, served with warm flour tortillas and chips.
The chain also launched new sandwiches which includes the beer-battered cod sandwich ($13.99), which stacks the fried fish atop malt vinegar slaw on a toasted brioche bun. Get it “incredibly hot fish” style for a spicier expertise. The grilled hen avocado sandwich ($13.99) is a refreshing alternative topped with avocado, Swiss, roasted tomatoes, arugula and basil aioli on a toasted brioche bun.
Fusion enthusiasts can order the Korean barbecue cheesesteak ($14.49) with flavorful chopped rib-eye, topped with white cheddar, kimchi, gochujang, caramelized onions, environmentally friendly onions and roasted garlic aioli.
The every thing-crusted ahi ($15.79) is seared unusual and served beneath shiitake mushrooms, residence steak sauce, arugula and white truffle sauce on a toasted brioche bun.
Buffalo Wild Wings has kicked off the thirty day period with a soccer-themed menu like the Spiked Soccer, a tropical drink designed with spiced rum, coconut, lime and pineapple juice served in a soccer-shaped glass. It also has a tablegate bundle, a shareable feast with 20 boneless wings, everything pretzel knots and Buffalo chicken tots. (Check out with restaurant for pricing.)
For those people planning to look at the sport at property, it features the tailgate bundle ($39.99), accessible for takeout and shipping, that characteristics 15 boneless wings, 15 common wings, almost everything pretzel knots and plain tots.
“The get started of soccer year is not only one of the most anticipated periods of year for sports activities supporters, it is also an exciting time for Buffalo Wild Wings sporting activities bars across the state,” CMO Rita Patel claimed in a information release. “Whether that implies accumulating at our sports bars or at property, we have acquired you included this tumble.”
The area Buffalo Wild Wings are at 3316 Espresso Highway and 5677 Gosford Road.
Rejoice the end of summertime at Pieology with its barbecue luau pizza ($10.45) designed with barbecue sauce, mozzarella, all-purely natural rooster, bacon, Del Monte pineapples and crispy French’s Fried Onions.
The minimal-time-only pizza is out there at both of those Bakersfield destinations: 5503 Calloway Generate and 6509 Panama Lane, Suite A1.
Do you know of any new dishes at local dining places? Ship the aspects to [email protected]. Stefani Dias can be attained at 661-395-7488. Observe her on Twitter: @realstefanidias.