Thursday, May 2, 2013

Marlow's Tavern Anticipates Warm Weather Appetites with New Menu

There are plenty of warm and downright hot spring and summer days ahead in Atlanta, and our forecast calls for refreshing new dishes to help us get through them. Luckily, Marlow's Tavern is on point with new menu items that will satiate even our appetites. Look for fresh lump crab and lobster dip with toasty pita points ($10.50); Peking duck sliders with hoisin BBQ duck, pickled julienne vegetables and fresh cilantro ($9); the Tavern salad with field greens, Granny Smith apple, toasted sunflower and pumpkin seeds with sweet Gorgonzola dressing ($6); a "house-made" black bean veggie burger with house-pickled beets on a whole wheat bun ($8); pan-seared Carolina trout with quinoa fried rice, snow pea shoots, scallion, cabbage, carrot and soy glaze ($17); pineapple upside-down cake with warm maple and vanilla syrup, hand-scooped vanilla ice cream and crisp pineapple ($6) and more. Summery cocktails include the Hemingway Hand Shake, a chilled combination of strawberry-infused Denizen rum, fresh lime and Royal Rose Cardamom syrup; or the Gin Job crisply made with Hendrick's Gin, cucumber, basil syrup, fresh lemon and lime juice and a splash of tonic. Hot weather wonders from the wine and beer list include Fritz Zimmer Riesling, Chateau Laulerie Malbec, Concordia Rioja, Oskar Blues Dale's Pale Ale, Ommegang Rare Vos and Anchor Liberty Ale.

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