Tuesday, October 16, 2012
New pub British Beverage Company opens in Uptown October 30
DALLAS There's a new pub in town that caters to rowdy soccer fans, entices happy hour regulars, and serves fish 'n chips. Fasten your trousers quick, because British Beverage Company is coming to Uptown with a menu so authentic it just might make the Queen blush. BBC replaces what used to be Hully & Mo on Routh Street, and it opens October 30. Grab the details from the press release below.
The Beatles. James Bond. The Office. The Black and Tan. Many now legendary American favorites made their start across the pond then skyrocketing to stardom in the States. With them they brought fun, humor, culture and of course, a reason to celebrate. And starting Oct. 30, Dallas will have another reason to raise an Imperial pint to the Queen, when the British Beverage Company opens its doors at 2800 Routh Street in Uptown Dallas.
Bringing together everyone’s British favorites and the best of American approachability, the British Beverage Company is a modern, British-inspired pub in a distinctly American urban setting. Whether you’re craving true fish and chips or a cool crafted cocktail, BBC has an option for you. Designed to be enjoyed with business colleagues at lunch, friends after work, or girls’ night out, the eclectic menu includes classic British standards as well as surprisingly approachable American fare, which are easily paired with a great glass of wine or a royal-sized Imperial pint.
A taste of the menu includes:
Scotch Egg – Hard-boiled quail egg and English style sausage rolled in seasoned bread crumbs then fried. Served with Branston pickle, horseradish potato, and whole grain mustard.
Beer Steamed Mussels – Fresh mussels steamed in beer with garlic, sausage, and herb butter.
Beef Tartar – Served with devilled egg dressing, truffled celery root, rocket greens, and toasted brioche.
Ploughman’s Lunch – Sliced smoked meat served with cheese, gherkins, whole grain mustard, Branston pickle, fresh fruit and country bread.
BBC Burger – Grilled ground beef with bleu cheese and onion marmalade. Served on a toasted croissant bun.
Mulligatawny Soup – Curried lentil soup with chicken, rice, and Greek yogurt.
Pie Trio – Three traditional British pies. Shepherd’s Pie, cottage pie, and chicken and mushroom pie.
Bangers and Mash – Two grilled Cumberland sausages with smashed potatoes and red wine onion gravy.
Herb Brioche Crusted Fish & Chips – Herb brioche crusted Halibut, pan seared. Served with malt vinegar and Yukon Gold fries.
Potato Crusted Fish & Chips – Cod or grouper coated with shredded potatoes and fried. Served with zucchini fries.
What to eat is only part of the fun at the British Beverage Co. With 45 wines and champagnes available daily by the glass, 50 beers on draught, 100 bottled beers, full service bar, and private party service, you and your chaps will want to stay for more than just a jaunt at the British Beverage Company. While beer is a quintessential part of a British pub experience, the BBC serves up several specialty cocktails you’ll be hard to find anywhere else outside of the UK, like the apropos Claret Tea Cup, the legendary Barrel of Monkeys, his highness himself, Prince Albert, and our ode to Texas with the Rawhide! and a Blow Torch Margarita.
Created with the utmost hospitality in mind, traditional tables, bar stools, soft seating, comfortable lounge areas, communal tables, and two large courtyard patios perfect for any season, you’ll always have a seat at the BBC. And always remember: the British don’t need a reason to celebrate, so every night you’ll hear from some of the best live bands and coolest DJs in Dallas. No matter the day or the night, it’s always a bloody good time at the British Beverage Company.
Posted by Tiney Ricciardi
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