Dining News: Iron Horse Tavern Sets Opening Date
June 11, 2015
Iron Horse Tavern, by the Wong Brothers, owners of Cafeteria 15L and The Mix, will open to the public on June 18, reports Sonya Sorich in Sac Biz Journal.
Among the other details she's unearthed:
- "The Wong brothers spent more than a year fine-tuning Iron Horse's menu, seeking inspiration from places such as New York, Chicago, Portland and Seattle. The end result features options ranging from pizza to paella."
- "Iron Horse will emphasize "cozy, casual dining" with 15 small-plate options, Mason Wong said. Craft cocktails will be available, and 25 beers will be offered on tap, including local varieties."
Click here to read the entire story in Sac News & Review.
For a video tour, check out Tina Machua on Good Day Sac.
According to the video, menu items include:
- 2 lb turkey leg, brined for 24 hours, confit and deep fried with flower
- A 9 option mac & cheese bar, including lobster mac & cheese, pesto mac & cheese and egg and bacon mac & cheese.
- Red Velvet Ho Ho
- Loco Moco
But if you want to get a jump on the rest of the public, you can get a taste of their food (and other restaurants near 15th & R such as Dos Coyotes and Roxie Deli BBQ) on Sunday June 14 at a fundraiser for the Children's Receiving Home of Sacramento.
According to its Web site, the Children's Receiving home's mission is to positively impact the lives of children, youth and families affected by abuse, neglect, behavioral health issues and trauma in California.
Iron Horse Tavern will be located at 15th & R, and can be found online at http://www.ironhorsetavern.net/.
* Photo via their Facebook Page.
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