New Fall Menus: Barbette, Tiny Diner, Third Bird (plus a German pop-up!)

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Daniel Murphy / Growler Magazine

Kim Bartmann’s restaurants have transitioned into the fall, with new menus debuting at three locations this week. The highlights:

Third Bird

The Loring Park eatery recently revamped their menu to more prominently feature their wood-fired grill. Now they’ve tweaked it for the flavors of fall. Hazlenut agnolotti? Yes please.

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Also, they’re hosting a German pop-up series of dinners later this month. Guest chef Donald Gonzalez, formerly of Forepaugh’s, Jean George’s Chambers Kitchen and The French Laundry, will curate a 5-course meal influenced by his childhood travels throughout Germany. Think mushrooms, duck, rye, schnitzel, pork cheeks, juniper-brined tenderloin, strudel and much more.

The three dinners are October 13, 14 and 15, 7pm, and are limited to 16 seats each. The $75 tickets, including food, tax, and gratuity, can be purchased here.

Tiny Diner

The menu has been tweaked to honor Washington D.C. The featured dishes are starred, below. Trump Fish, anyone?

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Barbette

And the fall menu at Barbette is smattered with seasonal veggies: think fall vegetable risotto, squash in the gnocchi, and chicken roulade with black walnuts.


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