Chef Stephan Boillon recently added new dishes to Town Hall's menu, continuing to offer classic, hearty American fare made with high quality ingredients. Located in the heart of Glover Park, Town Hall is the perfect place to enjoy dinner, a round of drinks, and a football game or two.
Guests can choose from new main dishes such as the Rockfish Cioppino made with shrimp, mussels, corn, potatoes, and shellfish nage and the new Italian sausage sandwich made with peppers, onions, provolone, and house-made sausage served on a baguette. Other main dishes include the new baked chicken dish stuffed with fresh buffalo mozzarella, herbs and garlic accompanied with pea gratin; or the lasagnetta with house-made pasta, 48-hour braised beef Bolognese, and whipped ricotta. The lasagnetta can also be prepared vegetarian upon request. New appetizer offerings include hummus and spicy feta served with crudité and sea salt lavash.
Town Hall has also added five new cocktails to its line-up. Guests looking for a nice fall cocktail will enjoy Autumn's Orchard made with Tito's Vodka, maple pear syrup, and apple cider or the Manha’Kin made with Town Hall Private Stock Woodford Reserve, pumpkin syrup, Dolin's Rougue, and angostura bitters. Other specialty cocktail additions include the Spicy Bee, a play on the classic Bee’s Knees, using a habanero honey and Bar Hill Tom Cat Gin; the Antigua which pairs Zacapa 23 Rum and Old Overholt Rye to create a play on an Old Fashioned; or the Noche Buena a margarita with a fall twist made with Altos Reposado, blackberry cordial, ginger & lime. Cocktails all feature house-made syrups & infusions.
New beers have also joined the Town Hall menu for the fall season. Dogfish's Pumpkin Ale, Right Proper's Baron Corvo, and Victory's Festbier are all now available on draft. Town Hall is also one of the first restaurants to carry Supreme Core's new Micawber Cider. Rogue's Dead Guy Ale, Atlas's Rowdy Rye, and 3 Stars' Ghost White IPA are also now available in can or bottle, as well as the limited release of Nighttime Ale from Lagunitas.
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