Seasonal menu reflects changing seasons, global influence on American cuisine
Firebird Wood Fired Grill unveiled its Fall Features Menu. Available through October 22, the polished casual-dining chain features menu selections reflecting the changing seasons. Also, Firebird restaurants will make beer and wine pairing recommendations available for all dayparts. For lunch, guests have their pick of several dishes, including the Grilled Peruvian Pesto Salmon, paired with Freakshow Chardonnay. Another option is the Crispy Bourbon Chicken Sandwich, paired with New Belgium Fat Tire.
For dinner, Firebirds Fall Features Menu also includes the Grilled Chairman’s Reserve Prime Pork Chop Prime. The restaurants serves this prime cut with bacon-bourbon mustard glaze, green chile and mac and cheese. Firebirds recommends pairing the Prime Pork Chop Prime with Freakshow Zinfandel. Guests can also enjoy the Wood Grilled Filet with Chile-Lime Shrimp. Firebird serves the fish filet with sautéed shrimp in ancho chile-lime butter with a choice of side. What’s more, the restaurants suggest pairing the Chile-Lime Shrimp with Firebirds Red wine.
Additional fall options
Dual lunch-and-dinner options include the Honey-Jalapeño Smoked Chicken Wings. The kitchen brings out the wings served with crushed pistachios and green onions. In addition, the Firebird Fall Features Menu includes the dual lunch-dinner Bourbon Brown Sugar-Roasted Pear Salad with an arugula option. This lighter dish combines spiced pecans, bleu cheese crumbles and pomegranate balsamic vinaigrette. Also, Firebird guests often choose the add-on protein option for salads. Either menu option can be paired with with Chateau Ste. Michelle Riesling
Through October 22, Charlotte, N.C.-based Firebird is featuring Freakshow wines from Michael David Winery, including a select Chardonnay and Zinfandel. The 2018 Chardonnay has flavors of nectarine, Golden Delicious apples, butterscotch, and hickory. Also featured, Freakshow’s 2017 Zinfandel includes blazing red berries, cherry and dark fruit, while “flirting with pepper and spice notes.
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