Bar Food Specials to Get Your Bar Noticed

If you want to get the word out about your new bar, consider offering some tasty food specials. Food specials should stand out from the typical bar menu items, so you might consider printing an insert that lists them. A restaurant like the Queen Vic in Washington, DC, uses social media to highlight its menu specials. One recent special was the “VicRib Sandwich.”

Onion rings

Onion rings are the star ingredient in this recipe. To prepare these tasty snacks, you must cut them half an inch thick and separate them into individual rings. After you have separated them, you should thoroughly pat them dry. Then, you should dip each ring in flour. After you have coated it with flour, dip it again in the egg mixture. Repeat until all rings have been coated in flour. You can serve these as finger food or a starter dish for a cocktail party.

If you want to serve these as appetizers, make sure to batter them well. Typical onion rings contain more than 300 calories per serving and 8 WW points per serving. In contrast, half an onion is less than 150 calories per serving. This makes onion rings an excellent appetizer for a crowd and a great snack for when you’re hungry. Best of all, they don’t require too much prep and can be made in under 30 minutes.

Chicken noodle dip

For this chicken noodle soup recipe, you will need to cook the noodles first in a pot of salted water. Once they are cooked, drain them and rinse them with cold water. Then, combine the noodles with the broth and add the rice vinegar. This recipe contains a lot of salt, so you might want to use less. Also, you can add some chopped cilantro, and sriracha sauce for a spicy kick.

To make the broth, begin by removing the onion, celery, and parsley from the broth. Return the broth to the stove. Once it boils, add the egg noodles. Stir the noodles every ten minutes or so. When the noodles are soft, you’re ready to serve them. Let the chicken and the broth sit for another ten minutes before serving. Once you’ve gotten the perfect consistency, serve it hot or cold.

Artichoke dip

You’ve probably heard of artichoke dip as a food item that goes great with beer. The appetizer is made from chunks of artichoke and surrounded by cheese and spinach. The dish has become one of the most popular appetizers on a menu. In the past, you would find artichoke dip served at local pubs and home-spun soirees. Today, you’ll find it in a variety of restaurants and pubs.

Yard House is a restaurant in Philadelphia with a diverse menu of American fare. They have an extensive draft beer selection and feature classic rock music. Their version of artichoke dip is loaded with roasted red peppers and is a crowd favorite. The appetizer is large enough for a meal and a great way to get the entire crowd gathered around a table. It is also a great appetizer for a party, so you might as well order a few and share.

French fries

While many people may assume that French fries are a traditional American food, the fact is that they have a distinctly European history. Spanish explorers brought potatoes to Europe in the 1500s, and they were first fried in the 17th or 18th century by the Belgians. The French continued to fry various foods in fat, and French fries became a staple street food before the French Revolution. Today, the ubiquitous French fry has become a staple of American cuisine and can be found in nearly every bar.

For a unique twist on a classic bar food, serve French fries in an attractive bowl with all of your favorite toppings. Guests can customize their fries with everything from salsa to shredded chicken. You can serve these as an appetizer platter or as a main course. Toppings can be as simple or as elaborate as you like. Some bartenders even prepare the sauce for the fries, so they can customize the taste according to their preferences.