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April 26, 2018
The restaurant at the Sioux Falls Sheraton has revamped its menus from breakfast to dinner. Some of the new morning items at Falling Water Grille from chef Richard Lockard are bananas foster French toast and a breakfast burrito. Later in the day, diners can eat lighter with a Waldorf chicken salad or Asian salad. New appetizers include Irish nachos and caprese skewers. There are several new sandwiches, including the Jerry burger, muffuletta and turkey Philly. Entrees range from crab-stuffed walleye to pesto chicken tortellini. Falling Water is open from 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily and from 5 to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
TommyJack’s Pub started building a patio area last summer and didn’t wrap up construction until late September. Customers of the downtown bar are starting to get full enjoyment of it now. There are picnic tables with umbrellas for shade, other patio furniture and a gaming area with a life-size Jenga and beanbag toss.
Prairie Berry East Bank is celebrating its last day in The Frank building at 322 E. Eighth St. with its final Craft Beer & Bingo party. The event will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday and will feature a few special callers. The seating area opens at 3 p.m. The tasting room for Black Hills-based Prairie Berry Winery and Miner Brewing Co. will close at 10 p.m. Under a new state law that takes effect July 1, alcohol manufacturers can no longer hold an off-site retail liquor license unless that location also manufactures on site. The business has said it plans to find a larger location in Sioux Falls where that can happen.
Several downtown bars and restaurants are participating Saturday in the 12th annual Jazz Crawl organized by the Sioux Falls Jazz & Blues Society. Jazz lovers can hop from place to place to listen to music, drink and eat. The majority of the start times for musicians are from 6 to 8 p.m. Find the full schedule at SFJB.org.
WoodGrain Brewing Co. is hosting a pop-up shop Saturday featuring small businesses owned by women and other local entrepreneurs. The event will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the brewery at Ninth Street and Phillips Avenue. More than 25 vendors have signed up.
Giliberto’s shared a photo on social media this week that provides an eye-opening representation of the size of its Burrito Loco. The $16 menu item takes two 14-inch flour tortillas to hold everything. It’s stuffed with shrimp, steak, chorizo, chile relleno, rice, beans, cheese, lettuce, guacamole and sour cream. It’s available at both locations on East 10th Street and South Minnesota Avenue.
Say hello to new menu items and a new patio, and say goodbye to Prairie Berry East Bank. And find out the story behind this monster burrito.