Meet Your Menus: B&O Brasserie steams ahead with new menus

January 25, 2012|By Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

It's full steam ahead at the B&O American Brasserie, which has just rolled out its new winter dinner, lunch and bar menus and launched a couple of social-media promotions. 

Beginning Feb. 8, B&O American Brasserie will begin Wind Down Wednesdays, with 50 percent off bottles of wine during dinner service. And B&O will be reaching out to diners with social media offers. Rotating deals like 50-cent oysters, $1 sliders and $3 flatbreads will click in when diners check into the restaurant's Facebook page when placing their order. Any, diners who tweet about B&O will get a complimentary dessert with the purchase of an entree when they show their Tweet on their phone or tablet.

What's new from Executive Chef Thomas Dunklin?

UPDATE:  Dunklin and his wife, B&O manager Lauren Russell, welcomed their son, Owen, to the world on Tuesday. Also, there is a new brunch menu with fried oyster hash, gingerbread pancakes and red velvet waffles.

On the dinner menu, there's a crab "dip" flatbread topped with crabmeat, baby artichoke, chives and lemon cream and another new flatbread with Andouille sausage, eggplant puree and tomato confit. New main plates include wild rice dumplings with corned wild-boar belly and cabbage and a roasted eggplant "meat" loaf with grilled kale and caper-tomato relish

Those flatbreads are on the lunch menu, too, and the eggplant "meat" loaf is available as a sandwich. The other new lunch sandwich is the Chicken Rochambeau with ham, Gruyere, mushroom sauce and tarragon aioli. 

The bar menu is 100 percent new. Dunklin is featuring meaty snacks like sweetbread and ham hock pie, pancetta-wrapped dates stuffed with blue cheese, pork cracklins and county pork terrine with kumquat preserves.

You can take a look at the B&O menus on the restaurant's website.

 

 

 

 

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