We visited the new Napoleon's Grill Thursday night. The restaurant stars Ryan Aiken, one of my longtime favorite chefs. This new venue, of which he's also part-owner with the folks from Front Page News, offers a simple pub menu.
The menu is large and includes tacos and hot dogs, along with entrees, salads and soups. I tried the "Full On" dog, a cheap and delicious creation that includes salsa verde, chili, cilantro and salsa. In all honesty, I couldn't find the salsa verde or the cilantro.
Another dish that did not arrive exactly as expected was my entree of braised beef with saffron risotto and a roasted red-pepper sauce. The menu said it was topped with rosemary gravy and pureed herbs, but I encountered neither. I would have preferred more risotto and less of the red-pepper sauce. Still, great flavors all around.
Wayne ordered an intense, four-cheese ravioli topped with bits of Italian sausage.
More in a future "Grazing."
Choice is better. Let the brewers decide if they do better with distributors or not.
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Were there sliders?