Pass on the traditional Thanksgiving sides! These 3 restaurants offer more to be thankful for.
We know that you may have already gone with your traditional Thanksgiving menu this year, as usual – maybe you’ve even already braved the grocery store aisles to check all the fixins’ ingredients off your list. But we think you should think outside the box of Stove Top stuffing and look into these star side dishes off a few of our menus here at The Market Common. You’ll give thanks to us and may even want to incorporate them onto your Thanksgiving table!
Tupelo Honey, 3042 Howard Ave.
This landmark restaurant serves up Southern scratch-made classics with a twist. Try Tupelo’s fried okra, goat cheese grits, corn and jalapeno slaw, collards with pork belly, roasted maple and sage root vegetables or cheesy potato gratin with biscuit crumbles. To order, visit www.tupelohoney.com.
P.F. Chang’s, 1190 Farrow Parkway
This swanky, Asian-inspired hotspot specializes in wok cooking fired up from recipes crafted from scratch. Spice up your Thanksgiving spread with a helping of their Hot & Sour Soup or one of their Market Sides, like wok-charred brussels sprouts tossed with sweet and tangy pineapples and fresno peppers; chili-garlic green beans stirred up with fiery red chili sauce, fresh garlic and Sichuan preserves; Sichuan-style asparagus mixed with red chili paste, garlic, Sichuan preserves, sliced onion; wok’d spinach with garlic; and Long Life Noodles topped with roasted chili flakes and green onions. To order, visit www.pfchangs.com.
Travinia Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar, 4011 Deville St.
Buongiorno! Italian delicacies just may be what you’re craving on this all-American holiday. Pour it on with an order of one of Travinia’s creative carbs, such as their lobster ravioli kissed with a lobster brandy cream sauce, creamy Parmesan risotto, spinach-sundried tomato orzo, and the smoked gouda mac and cheese with pancetta. To order, visit www.traviniaitaliankitchen.com.
To graze through our complete offering of restaurants at The Market Common, visit www.marketcommonmb.com.
Blog written by Ashley Daniels.