With our hot Dallas temperatures finally dropping, it's time to celebrate the autumn season. What better way to do that than enjoying fall harvest inspired dishes at one of the best restaurants in Dallas? Joel Harrington has done it again, crafting seasonal twists on some of your favorite dishes. In addition to a brand new menu, Bolsa will be offering a full Thanksgiving menu for takeout, so it's time to impress your friends' tastebuds, stress-free.
Spreads & Breads
Smokey pimento cheese made with smoked cheddar base flavored with house hot sauce. Golden roasted beet hummus puréed with mustard seed. Tomato tapenade with eggplant, tomato, olive oil, capers. Served with house-made chili saltines, lavash, and pita.
Yellowtail TunaTuna with pop rocks
Texas persimmons. Started with a carpaccio base, including pickled mustard seeds and easter egg radishes from Tassionne farms.
Autumn Harvest Salad
Raw & cooked Tassionne farm veggies, bee pollen, honey shallot vinaigrette.
Butternut Squash Bisque
Puréed butternut squash topped with spicy marshmallow fluff is the perfect autumn soup. It's on the sweeter side, but the texture of the bisque is well balanced, not too thick or thin.
Vegetarian Mesquite Noodles
House-made fettuccine with mesquite flowers and fennel seed topped with a sauté of squash and veggies, shallot purée, and basil breadcrumbs.
Catch of the Day
Black drum Louisiana Glaze with ginger sweet soy glaze over cauliflower and local greens, topped with ginger cider broth.
White cabbage bratwurst purée under a red cabbage bratwurst sautée. The pork is breaded with pretzel and accompanied by burnt charred lemon apple mustard.
Windy Hill Goat Mole
Oaxacan-style mole negro made with oncho chili, chocolate, cocoa, and cinnamon. Fortified with tortilla and bread Heirloom squashes and hominy folded into goat. Garnished with almonds and golden raisins with radish and savory mocha cream.
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