James Philadelphia Unveils New Fall Menu with Innovative Local Flair


James Philadelphia has been part of the Philly dining scene for over 2 years, across from Comcast II Tower in Logan Square. An homage to the Classic American Tavern, James is known for their delicious food, craft cocktails, unique shareable plates and a beautiful ambience.

Chef Michael Suminski just revealed his new Fall menu, which is distinctly Philadelphia but subtle and graceful in execution. Below are just a few highlights:

Warm months in Philly are perfect for the Tavern Pot Pie with peas, carrots and potatoes in a saffron-thyme cream with flaky puff pastry. Grab a seat by the fireplace and dive in to this beauty! 


The Bone-in 14oz Ribeye is Kona-crusted, and served with Lobster Mashed Potatoes, Sautéed Green Beans and a Yards Brewing Company Love Stout Demi. All in a beautiful gluten-free dish.



Another Philadelphia spin on a classic dish: the Parmesan-encrusted Chicken Breast with Creamy Polenta, Stateside Vodka Blush Sauce and Sautéed Broccoli Rabe. (This dish is also Gluten Free!)



Our personal favorite this menu release? The Philly Roast Pork Chop! A Double-Cut 14oz Berkshire Pork Chop, with a Garlic and Herb Crust. Mashed potatoes made with aged Provolone, Sautéed Broccoli Rabe and Apples and a Rosemary-Thyme Jus. This, too, is gluten free.

Visit www.jamesphiladelphia.com to make a reservation, and be sure to follow them on Instagram @jamesphiladelphia 





Comments

Popular Posts