A few weeks back, we gave you the first peek at the menu for Answer, the interesting new fusion restaurant at 132 46th Ave. N. in Sylvan Park. As I analyzed the menu, it was admittedly difficult to ascertain exactly what the food would be like, since instead of giving the names of dishes, the menu simply lists the ingredients. But with a little imagination, you can guess what the kitchen will do with the individual components of the dish, and the servers are well-versed in their descriptions.
April brought plenty of showers and indoor opening celebrations in New York City, from chef Scott Conant's latest Italian restaurant, Fusco, to New American fare at new eateries Bevy and Out East. On the West Coast, the team behind Sprinkles Cupcakes is serving more sweets alongside Neo-Neapolitan pizzas at L.A.'s latest, Pizzana. And in the Midwest, the family behind the Detroit area's Da Edoardo restaurants has revived La Lanterna, a Neapolitan pizza place that's been closed for close to 40 years. Once you've had your fill of pizza, turn to new taco joints in NYC and San Diego.
Where could a seasoned general manager and an executive chef open their first joint venture, a casual fine dining restaurant in a vibrant neighborhood setting?
Where could the denizens of Sylvan Park community have a welcoming new eatery within walking distance?