The owners say that they've been testing the waters since opening back in May.
It's the chef's first full-blown menu since returning from his Jamaican sabbatical.
Going forward the menus will change as ingredients come in and out of season.
In addition to the pricey, and over-the-top truffle-laden prix fixe specials, the Center City restaurant is offering white and black truffle upgrades on all its a la carte plates.
The new menu brings the usual set of fall ingredients, and some interesting updates.
There's going to be a lot more than just "hoodies and motherf-king fire pits."
Until the official menu drops, the new noodle house will offer a house special ramen, and just a few other dishes.
The new plates look a lot like the old ones.
In honor of the milestone, the Bella Vista stalwart is revisiting some plates from its past.
Say so long to the marrow-slathered, custom blend burger.
The new menu features a dessert that the restaurant's owners and staff maintain will unseat Barbuzzo's budino.
In response to criticism that the beer list was too lame and too heavy on lame-ass beer.
The new noodle house will have several different types of ramen, plus other Japanese dishes, and booze.
Soft shell crabs get the boot, and whole roasted suckling pigs go on.
Dishes on the menu are Chinese specialties cooked with Indian ingredients and spices.
The just refreshed menu offers a bunch of new dishes and cocktails.