Restaurant Roundup: New menu items added, old favorites return

Feb. 8, 2018

From new restaurants opening to new menu additions and lots of special treats in between, here’s a look at what’s new in the local dining scene.

Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop is expanding to South Dakota. The first location will be at Lake Lorraine.

Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop coming to Sioux Falls

Breadico has launched some new appetizers, including steamed clams and stuffed mushrooms, and dinner items such as clam pasta with fresh clams from Dakota Seafood Co. on a Chardonnay cream sauce.

Here’s a peek at the new Bros Brasserie Americano breakfast menu. Served weekends from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Intoxibakes reports that  it has been temporarily shut down by the state “until we can work out some legal stuff regarding the alcohol content in the products we sell.” It launched online last year with alcohol-infused treats made in a kitchen in Parker.

Some old favorites are back at Granite City, which has returned the Salmon Oscar, Chicken Caesar Chalupa, Cuban Sandwich, London Broil and Chop Salad to its menu.

Looking for some new winter comfort foods? Zoup has started serving two melted cheese sandwiches for a limited time. The Buffalo Chix features chopped chicken in a tangy Buffalo blend of ranch dressing, hot sauce, celery and Gorgonzola cheese layered between slices of cheddar. The Hammy Sammy comes with extra-thick, hand-sliced Virginia ham combined with mellow cheddar and a crisp dill pickle. Both are toasted on stone-baked ciabatta bread and are available  through April 1.

Speaking of comfort food, this new spinach artichoke melt at Bagel Boy on Minnesota Avenue looks like a must-try.

Nothing says love quite like donuts. Flyboy Donuts takes it a step farther this Valentine’s Day, offering delivery and the following seasonal sweets:

Dozen Valentine’s Donuts in special clear rose box: $20
I  Love You + Donut Holes: $20
Donut Bouquet — yes you can eat them!: $35

Happy anniversary, Fernson Brewing Co.! Take a look at this fun video celebrating their three years in business.

And speaking of anniversaries, how great is this? Slim Chickens rewarded 33 employees that have been with the restaurant since it opened six months ago with new backpacks. In an industry with lots of turnover, that’s impressive! Next up: The new location on Louise Avenue in the former Harold’s Photo, which recently started construction inside.

Restaurant Roundup: New menu items added, old favorites return

From new restaurants opening to new menu additions and lots of special treats in between, here’s a look at what’s new in the local dining scene.

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