Steakhouse spawns a side...project
Announcing a new restaurant that marks a chef returning to his roots, without having to start From The Ground Up: Sully's Side Bar. Opening tomorrow adjacent to Sullivan's Steakhouse, this blonde wood, marble bar'd tacos y tequila endeavor explores recipes the Sullivan's exec chef learned from his grandmother growing up in Juarez, in the days before it became a juar zone. Available in either soft tortilla or tostada form, eats include slow-cooked Puerco Con Chile Verde w/ tomatillo-jalapeno salsa, adobo-marinated Brisket, and, with cabbage & habanero-avo salsa, a poblano-/ cilantro-marinated El Pescado del Dia -- the recipe for El Pescado del DIA being known only by Donald Rumsfeld and Paul Wolfowitz.
Because drinking happens, signature beber-ables count the True Austin Daquiri (Treaty Oak Rum, simple syrup, lime juice, 'peno), the Paloma Tradicional (Cazadores Reposado, fresh-squeezed lime juice, Jarritos' grapefruit soda), and an El Jimador Blanco, Paula's TX Orange, lime, and olive-juiced Mexican Martini, much less Payneful than a Mexican Martin. Further imbibing comes via draft cervezas like (512) Alt Amber Ale and Rio Blanco Pale Ale, as well as frozen taps of Avion and Patron, so you'll have plenty of choices when the bartender asks Do You Want More?!!!??!