…with Kale-Inspired Dishes, Beachy White Port and a Feast Fit for a King
Sarasota, FL – Eat Here restaurants are rolling out an adventurous lineup of fresh new dishes, select late bottle vintage port and a choice between a “Big Night Out” and a “Light Night Out.” Take a look …
Ode to Kale
Local, Manatee County farms have brought their winter harvest to Eat Here. Included in the bounty is fresh kale. A seasonal Tuscan Chicken & Kale Soup with kale chips and a kale’d variation on a classic Caesar will be offered at all three Eat Here locations. Both preparations have been big, healthy hits.
The kaled Caesar invigorates a classic Caesar with notes of fresh fruit, julienned kale, smoked cheddar and panzanella-style toasted focaccia cubes instead of crunchy croutons. Both dishes rock with flavor.
In addition to being among nature’s finest savory greens, kale is also one of the healthiest Superfoods on the planet. When served as an accompaniment to soups, salads and main entrees, kale adds a new dimension of depth and vibrancy to that dish, making it as good to eat as it is good for you.
Warre’s Late Bottle Vintage Port
It has been said that port has been the only good thing to come out of war. Had the British not boycotted French wines in the 17th century in favor of wines from Portugal, “port” – as we know it – may have never existed. Among the pioneers in the world of port, Warre’s has a legacy spanning nearly four centuries. It was established as the first British Port House in 1670.
Eat Here is featuring Warre’s ports as an accompaniment to regular menu offerings or as finish to your evening. Eat Here will also offer a refreshing “beachy” white-port-with-tonic as bookend options for your visit – either before or after dining. Ask your server to recommend the best accompaniment, and you’ll soon learn why port is worth fighting for.
Big Night Out / Light Night Out
While Eat Here focuses on plates under twenty dollars, it also revels in sharing a good time with a bigger appetite on a bigger celebratory evening. Eat Here now celebrates every night with a couple of Big Night Out offerings. Big Night chefs’ specials include the Steak Night Surf and Turf: filet served with the chef’s pick of “surf”(lobster, crab cakes, or shrimp – finished with chef-mashed and veggie). You can also celebrate a special big night with the Maple Leaf Farms Duckling: slow-roasted, then crisped in the fire oven and garnished with berry demi-glace and Andouille-sausage-and-pineapple bread pudding.
For a lighter, healthier pathway every night’s offerings also feature a Light Night Out. Recent chef features for Light Night Out include dishes like Fresh Mahi: pan-flashed and bouilly-broth-poached, and Oven-Roasted Salmon. Both are served with a cuter, lighter version of Eat Here’s Serendipitous Salad.
The Eat Here restaurants have each been selected “Best New in Florida” as part of Florida Trend’s Golden Spoon Awards as well as by local media throughout Sarasota and on Anna Maria Island. For more information about Eat Here:
www.EatHereSarasota.com Ph: 941-365-8700
www.EatHereSiestaKey.com Ph: 941-346-7800
www.EatHereAnnaMaria.com Ph: 941- 778-0411