With official opening night set for this Friday (and the grill already roaring, from the looks of things), here's your first look at Petruce et al.'s opening menu.
The offerings are divided into small, medium, and large plates, plus an "et al." section, which offers a few options designed for sharing, like a dry-aged ribeye for two. The New American menu pulls in far-ranging influences (from gjetost to XO sauce to Calabrian chile to iceburg lettuce), and of course, makes the most of the restaurant's central wood-fired oven and Argentine-style grill. If this broccoli cheese fondue they teased on Twitter is any indication, it looks like we're in for some awfully rustic-pretty dishes.
(Of note, especially given the week that lies ahead of us here at Eater, is that there's no pizza coming out of that wood-fired oven. The Petruce brothers told Zagat earlier this year that their original plan was to open a pizzeria together, but with so many new pizza places opening, they retooled their vision.)
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