January 17, 2013

Restaurant Week with Beer KC!

Starting tomorrow (January 18), Kansas City will enter Restaurant Week! All sorts of great restaurants around the town are going to have prix-fixe lunch ($15) and dinner ($30) specials. The best part? It's actually like 10 days long. The best best part? McCoy's and Beer Kitchen will both be participating! Now, here's what's on the menu at each establishment. Of course, you'll still have the option of the regular menu items at each spot. And wonderful beers. Obviously.

Check out our menus, and take the opportunity to check out some other great restaurants in town!

McCoy's Public House

For the lunch special, you can pick two of the following courses. Dinner gets three.

Maple Leaf Duck Confit
With Roasted Wild Mushrooms, Herb Polenta and Balsamic Jus

Warm Chard Salad
With Roasted Beets, Goat Cheese, Spiced Almonds and Red Wine Vinaigrette

Pancetta-Wrapped Gulf Shrimp (lunch)/Sea Scallops (dinner)
With Savory Brioche Pudding and Charred Tomato Butter

Cherry Ale-Braised Short Rib
With Cheesy Risotto and Horseradish Peppercorn Demi

Turkey Meatloaf
With Roasted Red Potatoes, Smashed Cauliflower and Cranberry Gravy

Winter Vegetable Lasagne
With Smoked Tomato Cream and Farm to Market Baguette

Triple Berry Cobbler
With Caramel-Cashew Crust and Vanilla Ice Cream

Mini Chocolate Stout Cheesecake
With Salted Beer Nut Brittle

Beer Kitchen

Your choice of two courses for lunch, three for dinner

Roasted Tomato Soup
With Grilled Triple Cheese “Crouton” 

Pair of Crispy Root Veggie Cakes
With Sun-Dried Tomato Drizzle and Creamed Leeks

House-Cured Salmon Salad
With Fried Capers, Lemon Vinaigrette and Goat Cheese Crouton

Chicken Schnitzel Burger
With Fontina, Onion Jam and Lemon Aioli on Brioche Bun

Homemade Gnocchi
With Blackened Cauliflower, Wilted Spinach and Toasted Almond Butter

Porcini-Dusted Scallops
With Port Wine Reduction, Fried Leeks and Whipped Chevre Potatoes

Chocolate Basket
with Dark Chocolate Mousse and Fresh Berries

Peanut Butter Cheesecake
With Honey Sour Cream and Almond Brittle

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