Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar, a casual dining restaurant known for its handcrafted American food and drink, will release a lineup of new menu items on August 17, 2022.
Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar’s dedication to authentic, housemade fare is showcased on every plate and served with warm, caring service in a rustic social setting. The newest menu items will feature a selection of food and beverages that satisfy all needs, from easy-to-bake TV dinners and satisfying Mini Corn Dogs + Fries to flavorful cocktails. The brand-new lineup will be featured on all Lazy Dog Restaurant menus.
Four Cheese Lasagna TV Dinner: Layered with ricotta, mozzarella, romano + parmesan cheeses and meat sauce and served with garlic parmesan broccoli + warm cannoli cake. Available at all Lazy Dog Restaurant locations and through Jolene’s Wings & Beer.
Passion Fruit Mango Martini: Tito's Handmade Vodka, Passoã Passion Fruit Liqueur, mango purée, vanilla bean, and housemade agave sweet + sour. Also available on the happy hour and late-night happy hour menus.
Blue Hawaiian: Ketel One Vodka, Myers's Platinum White Rum, blue curaçao, pineapple juice, orange juice, and housemade agave sweet + sour. Also available on the happy hour and late-night happy hour menus.
Mini Corn Dogs + Fries will also be added to the happy hour and late-night happy hour menus.
Lazy Dog Beer Club
Lazy Dog Beer Club, a quarterly beer membership subscription brought to you by Lazy Dog Restaurant, partnered with four universities and the future brewers of America to bring guests four uniquely brewed beers. Students at brewing programs across the country utilized their skills to create a recipe concept, brew a sample pilot batch, and consult with expert brew masters from major breweries. The final product is available on draft at all locations and includes:
“It's ALIVE!” Single Hop IPA: The University of South Florida in St. Petersburg developed an East Coast IPA that has peppery-citrus notes, thanks to the use of a single hop: the almighty Zeus. This medium-bodied brew lab masterpiece has an approachable, full IPA taste.
“Liquid Gold” California Common: University of California, Davis, presented a California common style beer that is an amber-colored malty discovery with herbaceous-floral notes. The recipe is a hybrid beer experiment, brewed like an ale but with lager yeast. The name was inspired by the local history of the San Francisco region during the California Gold Rush.
“Spark of Genius” Extra Special Bitter + Tea: Colorado State University’s Fermentation Science & Technology students created an extra special bitter ale with leaves of Earl Grey tea. The grist-English Pale malt, English Crystal 37, Munich and chocolate malts, plus the addition of English Earl Grey tea, bring a caramel sweetness and mild tannic bitterness to the beer.
“Time Traveler” Dry-Hopped Belgian Ale: The Fermentation Science Institute at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Ill., paired medieval Belgian super yeasts from the 5th century with New Zealand Nelson Sauvin hops from the 21st century to create Time Traveler, a dry-hopped Belgian ale. The pilsner and biscuit malts and corn sugar in the ingredients create a light, biscuity malt flavor with tropical fruit taste.
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