Friday, October 1, 2010

Boulevard Woodgrill in Clarendon

I have a favorite neighborhood place.  The atmosphere is convivial yet relaxed, the bartenders and servers are polite (except for one I loathe) and the food and wine are always reliably good.  It's a great place to grab a drink  when I want to catch up with my girlfriends.  It's good for first dates and family visits since the menu has something for just about everyone.   My favorite bar manager works there, constantly finding interesting wines from the most unexpect places.  Did you know there's a delightful red from Idaho?  Or that pineapple sparkling wine is quite refreshing?  Well, Andy did and he's out to let everyone know.
 Balsamic Beef Bruschetta ($10)
 Blackened Grilled Salmon with mashed potatoes and woodgrilled asparagus ($17)
Tilapia with rice and asparagus ($22)
 Duo of seafood kabobs on a bed of rice ($15)
Side of Four Cheese Macaroni and Cheese ($6)
Gooey and delicious. 
 Grilled Greek Shrimp Salad ($14)
 Seared rare Ahi tuna salad ($15)
 Kingston Wings ($9) - Caribbean jerk chicken wings with a guava and scotch-bonnet sauce.
Pan-seared monkfish with grilled aspargus over a potato-scallion cake ($20)
I've enjoyed their ribs, cheddar-bacon burger, steak salad and love the hummus.  If you ever see polenta fries on the specials' list, try them, they're great.

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