McClure lauds the talents of the restaurant’s three kitchen chefs, led by head chef Alejandro Zugarazo, formerly at Blue Sushi.
Tavern 180 offers casual fine dining with a bar | Dining
“We are so happy to be open again and enjoy reconnecting with our previous guests and diners,” McClure said.
But the Tavern 180 staff members are not satisfied with returning to the norm — they want to connect with new guests.
“Anyone is welcome here,” McClure continued. “We welcome all … new or previous, families, singles, couples, groups. Our goal is for people to come to Tavern 180 and enjoy the atmosphere, have an awesome experience and relish their dining choices.”
Appetizers Ahi Tuna Nachos, Chislic, Jalapeno Cheese Dip, Seared Ahi Tuna, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail and Wagyu Beef Sliders comprise Tavern 180’s Starters category and range in price from $9 to $19. The Soups and Salads choices number seven and include such offerings as Southwest Chicken Salad, Berry and Bleu Salmon Salad and French Onion Soup, with items costing $8 to $20.
Sandwich fare are listed under Handhelds and include Tavern’s “JBLT” (the JB denotes jalapeno bacon, $13), Blackened Chicken ($14), Wagyu Burger ($15), 180 Bleu Burger ($16) and French Dip ($17).
Tavern Favorites feature nine options: Fish and Chips, Hand Cut Canadian Salmon, Filet Mignon, USDA Certified (Prime) Ribeye, Wagyu Hanging Tenderloin, Parmesan Crusted Chicken, Mardi Gras Pasta, New York Strip and Berkshire Pork Chop. Prices range from $17 to $29, with Market Price being listed for the Filet Mignon, Ribeye, Tenderloin and New York Strip.