Kim Bartmann’s restaurants have transitioned into the fall, with new menus debuting at three locations this week. The highlights:
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.
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.
The menu has been tweaked to honor Washington D.C. The featured dishes are starred, below. Trump Fish, anyone?
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.