Restaurant Roundup: Fall hours, new menus

Sept. 6, 2018

Starting next week, Breadico won’t be open in the evening as it switches to fall and winter hours. The new hours will be 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. “While this means we will be closed in the evenings, we will be hosting a series of special Italian family dinners for those who enjoy dining in our space at night,” owner David Napolitano said in a Facebook post. “Details to be announced soon.” The space at Eighth and Weber also is available for private rentals in the evening.

The owner of the Black Angus Steakhouse in Canton is bringing his mom into the restaurant Tuesday night to cook up a traditional Lao dish from their homeland. “Everyone knows my mom’s cooking, and they’re always asking me, ‘When is she going to cook down here?’ ” Sam Dethleusay said. Vilavone Dethleusay will make laab, a seasoned beef dish, and serve it with papaya salad and sticky rice. The special will be available from 4:30 p.m. until it’s gone. Dethleusay, who came with his family to Canton in December 1980 as refugees, said a Lao special might become a weekly offering.

Food Truck Tuesday at Golf Addiction has been postponed to next week because of the rainy day Tuesday. The lineup includes Backyard BBQ, Breaking Burrito, Get Your Grub On, Harry’s Yellow Submarine and the SDSU Ice Cream Truck. Hours are 5 to 9 p.m. in the business’ parking lot at 57th Street and Marion Road. The final event is Sept. 18.

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New flavors are arriving for fall at Parlour Ice Cream House from chef Chris Hanmer. Some of the latest offerings are Carrot Cake, with cream cheese gelato and CH Patisserie carrot cake; Strawberry Cheesecake, with cheesecake gelato, strawberry swirl and graham cracker; The Ritz, with milk chocolate gelato, salted caramel swirl and chocolate cocoa nibs; Philly, with vanilla bean gelato, cinnamon crumble and caramel apple jam; Albert, with vanilla bean gelato “with everything”; Then & Now, with black cherry gelato and cherry confit; and The Joseph, with coffee bean gelato and Oreo cookies.

Hydra Beer Co. is hosting a cupcake and beer brunch from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Sunday. The brewery on South Shirley Avenue is pairing four beer samples with four mini cupcakes made by Intoxibakes with Hydra beer. Tickets are $15, and reservations are required by Saturday night. Intoxibakes also will have full-size cupcakes for sale.

Harrisburg’s prepared-meal service, Emer-GenZ Eats & Treats, is moving temporarily into the kitchen at Air Madness Trampoline Park, starting Monday. Owner Pam Harris has been using the kitchen at nearby Lava’s Javas & Treats and having customers pick up meals there. According to a Facebook post, she eventually will move into a permanent location. Harris will offer curbside service at the Air Madness location.

Autumn specials have arrived at TC’s Referee Sports Bar & Grill. Choices include Guinness brat bangers and mash, flat iron fettuccine and Chef Tom’s chicken and waffles. Those waffles also are the star of the Belgian burger, which is a half-pound grilled beef patty served open face on a Belgian waffle and topped with peanut butter, syrup, cheddar cheese, grilled onion and bacon. The restaurant near 26th and Marion also offers NFL Pigskin specials featuring pork, of course. TC’s offers a grilled jalapeno pork burrito, pork roja street tacos and Cajun pork shanks served with mashed potatoes. The menu offers beer pairings for the new items.

The Attic Bar & Grill has introduced new entrees for fall. Options include a Caribbean jerk naan wrap, Yang Yang beef noodle bowl, Southwest beef loin with maque choux, Not the Wurst Guinness brat pizzette, Cajun mahi with shrimp, and Lion’s Paw drunken mussels. The dessert menu also has new additions: blondie dessert treat with candied bacon, s’mores creme brulee, chocolate cake and a Grand Marnier berry boozy sundae.

Ass’ociates & Co., the 21-and-older side of The Attic Bar & Grill, is adding live music on Wednesday nights with $4 drink specials. Musicians will play from 6 to 8 p.m., starting next week.

Coffea Roasterie has returned its coffee bean roasting operations from a location south of Sioux Falls to the coffee shop on Louise Avenue. Coffea is using an adjacent space in the building that had been vacant for more than a year. “We’re so excited to have it all back in the cafe again,” the business said in a Facebook post. “You’ll be able to see and smell the coffee roasting again while you pick up your cup for the day. We have big plans for the space.”

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to correct the final date for Food Truck Tuesdays at Golf Addiction.

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