Thursday, August 20, 2015

Get a Taste of Southern Seafood at Kingfisher

Posted By on Thu, Aug 20, 2015 at 3:00 PM

Starting today, Kingfisher Bar and Grill (2564 E. Grant Road) is going to be serving up Southern fare as the final stop on their summer Road Trip menu series. Of course, since it's Kingfisher, the menu highlights the best Southern seafood options with a distinct focus on Cajun and Creole cuisines.

Chef Fred Harris designed the "Down South" menu with offerings like a fried oyster po boy, fried green tomatoes and blackened catfish with a Tabasco aioli. Chef Marianne Bane contributed two desserts—coconut buttermilk pie and brown sugar pound cake—to the menu, while bartender Eric Smith is offering three cocktails to pair with dinner. The menu items are priced a la carte and range from $7 to $27.

You can stop into Kingfisher anytime between now and Sunday, Sept. 6 to try the limited time "Down South" menu. Reservations and more information are available by calling 323-7739.

Here's the full menu:

Creole Barbecue Shrimp and Grits, Voodoo lager, garlic, butter, Worcestershire and scallions ($13)
Chicken and Andouille Gumbo, dark brown roux, Cajun mirepoix, okra and Texmati rice ($9)
Fried Green Tomatoes, pickled vegetables and roasted garlic aioli ($7)
Roasted Pork Belly, Red Beans and Rice and mango salsa ($9)

Blackened Catfish, Tabasco aioli, green tomato jam, Texmati rice, red beans and honeyed carrots ($18)
Grilled Gulf Redfish, roasted peach gastrique, sweet corn relish, hoppin john and grilled zucchini ($27)
Fried Oyster Po Boy, remoulade, lettuce, tomato, potato bun, fries and slaw ($16)
Shrimp Jambalaya, tasso ham, Andouille, sauce picante, Cajun mirepoix, Texmati rice and scallions ($24)

Coconut Buttermilk Pie, blackberry sauce and freshly whipped cream ($8)
Brown Sugar Pound Cake, bourbon glazed grilled peaches and vanilla ice cream ($7.50)

Turkey Shoot: Wild Turkey, Wild Turkey rye and house smoked cola syrup with an absinthe rinse, served on the rocks ($10.50)
Pecan Dandy: Appleton’s rum, dry vermouth, house praline liquer and pecan bitters, served up with an orange twist ($10.50)
King Alfonse on Fire: iced coffee, cayenne infused cream and dark crème de cacao, served on the rocks ($10.50)

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