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LA’s Citizen Kitchen Offers Seasonal Cuisine in a 1960s-Inspired Space

LA’s Citizen Kitchen Offers Seasonal Cuisine in a 1960s-Inspired Space

The seasonal menu at this Beverly Hills restaurant is perfect for sharing

Citizen Kitchen’s eclectic American menu, created by chef Scott Howard, encourages diners to share dishes. The five different sections — Table Snacks, Raw, Vegetables, Seafood, and Meat — include such options as house-made burrata with grilled red grapes and ham; white corn and zucchini fritters; Spanish octopus with tamarind barbecue sauce, charred scallions and a white corn salsa; and Devil’s Gulch pork belly with chorizo and clams.

Desserts include warm brioche doughnuts with lemon custard and blackberry jam, a root beer float with anise ice cream, and warm pecan cookies and a Tahitian vanilla bean crème brûlée.

The bar program, created by Soigné Group’s Josh Goldman, highlights iconic 1960s drinks. The cocktail menu melds transportive tiki cocktails and classic straightforward libations. Referencing the past yet built for a modern palate, classic selections feature all-natural ingredients. Goldman’s menu includes cocktails such as the Tiki Blue Hawaii with a Citizen white rum blend, blue Curaçao, pineapple, and Key lime shrub; and the aromatic Jack Taylor with bonded applejack Tennessee whiskey, vintage port, sweet vermouth, and a lemon twist.

The interior, by Spacecraft Design Group, hints at the rebellious style and glamour of 1960s Beverly Hills. Adding to the atmosphere is a large open-air lounge and fire pit in the beautiful alfresco patio dining area.

Citizen holds nightly cocktail parties Monday thru Friday, from 4 to 6:30 p.m., featuring fresh oysters and ceviche, a daily punch and sparking cocktails for $10.


Order Up! New Minneapolis bistro serving up ‘North Dakotan cuisine’

All dates are approximate based on best information available opening dates, in particular, tend to shift around a lot.

THIS WEEK’S GIST: The opening of Mary Ellen’s Bistro in Northeast Minneapolis, a restaurant that aims to capitalize on a hard-to-quantify nostalgia for (or curiosity about) North Dakotan cuisine, raises an interesting point: is there a demand for hyper-regional Midwestern restaurants? Could an Iowan spot focused on loose-meat sandwiches and taco pizza clean up in South Minneapolis? What about an Indiana-themed place offering burgoo and persimmon pudding in Kingfield? Or a Door County-themed spot on West 7th that leans into “tastes-like-lobster” boiled Lake Michigan whitefish with drawn butter and properly sweet-tart slices of cherry pie? In a market where novelty often sells and nearly every corner of the world has been strip-mined for its culinary icons, the idea of going regionally local opens up some precious new niches…


Order Up! New Minneapolis bistro serving up ‘North Dakotan cuisine’

All dates are approximate based on best information available opening dates, in particular, tend to shift around a lot.

THIS WEEK’S GIST: The opening of Mary Ellen’s Bistro in Northeast Minneapolis, a restaurant that aims to capitalize on a hard-to-quantify nostalgia for (or curiosity about) North Dakotan cuisine, raises an interesting point: is there a demand for hyper-regional Midwestern restaurants? Could an Iowan spot focused on loose-meat sandwiches and taco pizza clean up in South Minneapolis? What about an Indiana-themed place offering burgoo and persimmon pudding in Kingfield? Or a Door County-themed spot on West 7th that leans into “tastes-like-lobster” boiled Lake Michigan whitefish with drawn butter and properly sweet-tart slices of cherry pie? In a market where novelty often sells and nearly every corner of the world has been strip-mined for its culinary icons, the idea of going regionally local opens up some precious new niches…


Order Up! New Minneapolis bistro serving up ‘North Dakotan cuisine’

All dates are approximate based on best information available opening dates, in particular, tend to shift around a lot.

THIS WEEK’S GIST: The opening of Mary Ellen’s Bistro in Northeast Minneapolis, a restaurant that aims to capitalize on a hard-to-quantify nostalgia for (or curiosity about) North Dakotan cuisine, raises an interesting point: is there a demand for hyper-regional Midwestern restaurants? Could an Iowan spot focused on loose-meat sandwiches and taco pizza clean up in South Minneapolis? What about an Indiana-themed place offering burgoo and persimmon pudding in Kingfield? Or a Door County-themed spot on West 7th that leans into “tastes-like-lobster” boiled Lake Michigan whitefish with drawn butter and properly sweet-tart slices of cherry pie? In a market where novelty often sells and nearly every corner of the world has been strip-mined for its culinary icons, the idea of going regionally local opens up some precious new niches…


Order Up! New Minneapolis bistro serving up ‘North Dakotan cuisine’

All dates are approximate based on best information available opening dates, in particular, tend to shift around a lot.

THIS WEEK’S GIST: The opening of Mary Ellen’s Bistro in Northeast Minneapolis, a restaurant that aims to capitalize on a hard-to-quantify nostalgia for (or curiosity about) North Dakotan cuisine, raises an interesting point: is there a demand for hyper-regional Midwestern restaurants? Could an Iowan spot focused on loose-meat sandwiches and taco pizza clean up in South Minneapolis? What about an Indiana-themed place offering burgoo and persimmon pudding in Kingfield? Or a Door County-themed spot on West 7th that leans into “tastes-like-lobster” boiled Lake Michigan whitefish with drawn butter and properly sweet-tart slices of cherry pie? In a market where novelty often sells and nearly every corner of the world has been strip-mined for its culinary icons, the idea of going regionally local opens up some precious new niches…


Order Up! New Minneapolis bistro serving up ‘North Dakotan cuisine’

All dates are approximate based on best information available opening dates, in particular, tend to shift around a lot.

THIS WEEK’S GIST: The opening of Mary Ellen’s Bistro in Northeast Minneapolis, a restaurant that aims to capitalize on a hard-to-quantify nostalgia for (or curiosity about) North Dakotan cuisine, raises an interesting point: is there a demand for hyper-regional Midwestern restaurants? Could an Iowan spot focused on loose-meat sandwiches and taco pizza clean up in South Minneapolis? What about an Indiana-themed place offering burgoo and persimmon pudding in Kingfield? Or a Door County-themed spot on West 7th that leans into “tastes-like-lobster” boiled Lake Michigan whitefish with drawn butter and properly sweet-tart slices of cherry pie? In a market where novelty often sells and nearly every corner of the world has been strip-mined for its culinary icons, the idea of going regionally local opens up some precious new niches…


Order Up! New Minneapolis bistro serving up ‘North Dakotan cuisine’

All dates are approximate based on best information available opening dates, in particular, tend to shift around a lot.

THIS WEEK’S GIST: The opening of Mary Ellen’s Bistro in Northeast Minneapolis, a restaurant that aims to capitalize on a hard-to-quantify nostalgia for (or curiosity about) North Dakotan cuisine, raises an interesting point: is there a demand for hyper-regional Midwestern restaurants? Could an Iowan spot focused on loose-meat sandwiches and taco pizza clean up in South Minneapolis? What about an Indiana-themed place offering burgoo and persimmon pudding in Kingfield? Or a Door County-themed spot on West 7th that leans into “tastes-like-lobster” boiled Lake Michigan whitefish with drawn butter and properly sweet-tart slices of cherry pie? In a market where novelty often sells and nearly every corner of the world has been strip-mined for its culinary icons, the idea of going regionally local opens up some precious new niches…


Order Up! New Minneapolis bistro serving up ‘North Dakotan cuisine’

All dates are approximate based on best information available opening dates, in particular, tend to shift around a lot.

THIS WEEK’S GIST: The opening of Mary Ellen’s Bistro in Northeast Minneapolis, a restaurant that aims to capitalize on a hard-to-quantify nostalgia for (or curiosity about) North Dakotan cuisine, raises an interesting point: is there a demand for hyper-regional Midwestern restaurants? Could an Iowan spot focused on loose-meat sandwiches and taco pizza clean up in South Minneapolis? What about an Indiana-themed place offering burgoo and persimmon pudding in Kingfield? Or a Door County-themed spot on West 7th that leans into “tastes-like-lobster” boiled Lake Michigan whitefish with drawn butter and properly sweet-tart slices of cherry pie? In a market where novelty often sells and nearly every corner of the world has been strip-mined for its culinary icons, the idea of going regionally local opens up some precious new niches…


Order Up! New Minneapolis bistro serving up ‘North Dakotan cuisine’

All dates are approximate based on best information available opening dates, in particular, tend to shift around a lot.

THIS WEEK’S GIST: The opening of Mary Ellen’s Bistro in Northeast Minneapolis, a restaurant that aims to capitalize on a hard-to-quantify nostalgia for (or curiosity about) North Dakotan cuisine, raises an interesting point: is there a demand for hyper-regional Midwestern restaurants? Could an Iowan spot focused on loose-meat sandwiches and taco pizza clean up in South Minneapolis? What about an Indiana-themed place offering burgoo and persimmon pudding in Kingfield? Or a Door County-themed spot on West 7th that leans into “tastes-like-lobster” boiled Lake Michigan whitefish with drawn butter and properly sweet-tart slices of cherry pie? In a market where novelty often sells and nearly every corner of the world has been strip-mined for its culinary icons, the idea of going regionally local opens up some precious new niches…


Order Up! New Minneapolis bistro serving up ‘North Dakotan cuisine’

All dates are approximate based on best information available opening dates, in particular, tend to shift around a lot.

THIS WEEK’S GIST: The opening of Mary Ellen’s Bistro in Northeast Minneapolis, a restaurant that aims to capitalize on a hard-to-quantify nostalgia for (or curiosity about) North Dakotan cuisine, raises an interesting point: is there a demand for hyper-regional Midwestern restaurants? Could an Iowan spot focused on loose-meat sandwiches and taco pizza clean up in South Minneapolis? What about an Indiana-themed place offering burgoo and persimmon pudding in Kingfield? Or a Door County-themed spot on West 7th that leans into “tastes-like-lobster” boiled Lake Michigan whitefish with drawn butter and properly sweet-tart slices of cherry pie? In a market where novelty often sells and nearly every corner of the world has been strip-mined for its culinary icons, the idea of going regionally local opens up some precious new niches…


Order Up! New Minneapolis bistro serving up ‘North Dakotan cuisine’

All dates are approximate based on best information available opening dates, in particular, tend to shift around a lot.

THIS WEEK’S GIST: The opening of Mary Ellen’s Bistro in Northeast Minneapolis, a restaurant that aims to capitalize on a hard-to-quantify nostalgia for (or curiosity about) North Dakotan cuisine, raises an interesting point: is there a demand for hyper-regional Midwestern restaurants? Could an Iowan spot focused on loose-meat sandwiches and taco pizza clean up in South Minneapolis? What about an Indiana-themed place offering burgoo and persimmon pudding in Kingfield? Or a Door County-themed spot on West 7th that leans into “tastes-like-lobster” boiled Lake Michigan whitefish with drawn butter and properly sweet-tart slices of cherry pie? In a market where novelty often sells and nearly every corner of the world has been strip-mined for its culinary icons, the idea of going regionally local opens up some precious new niches…


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