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Smokin' Betty's Adds New Menu Items and Seasonally-Inspired Cocktails to Menu
As the cooler days of fall set in, Smokin’ Betty’s adds hearty fare and seasonally-inspired libations to keep things warm and cozy.
Additions to the daily lunch and dinner menu include:
Roasted Turkey Platter features carved turkey breast, southern style gravy, homemade cranberry sauce, classic stuffing and whipped sweet potatoes
Marinated Grilled Vegetable Risotto with parmesan cheese, balsamic reduction and pesto drizzle
Braised Short Rib served with creamy cheddar polenta, red wine sauce and green beans
Cocktails joining the drink menu include:
Gin-ger Appletini – Gilby’s gin, apple juice, ginger beer and cinnamon apples
Artt Ward 8 – Jameson, orange juice, fresh lemon and grenadine
Bittersweet – Absolut Citron, Rhuby liquor, orange marmalade, fresh lemon and bitters
Existing Betty’s classics that will also warm up a crisp day include the famous Tur-Duck-En Burger with homemade stuffing and hearty homemade chili with cornbread.
Smokin’ Betty’s is open for lunch Monday through Friday from 11:00am to 4:00pm. Dinner runs Monday and Tuesday from 4:00pm to 10:00pm; Wednesday and Thursday from 4:00pm to 11:00pm; and Friday and Saturday from 4:00pm to Midnight. Brunch runs on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00am to 3:00pm. Betty’s bar is open late night. For more information call (215) 922-6500, visit www.smokinbettys.com , follow on Twitter (@smokinbettys ) or like “Smokin Betty’s” on Facebook.com.
About Smokin’ Betty’s
Smokin’ Betty’s offers upscale American comfort food complimented by 16 rotating craft drafts, house crafted cocktails and daily menu additions paired with weekend brunch and daily happy hour. One of Philly’s favorite spots for burgers and BBQ ribs, Betty’s strives to push the envelope of “comfort food” and preparing plates that would truly make your Mama proud.
Smokin' Betty's is located in the heart of trendy Midtown Village and Center City District, located just three blocks from the Pennsylvania Convention Center, across the street from Jefferson Hospital and around the corner from two of Philadelphia's most historic theater districts. With close proximity to public transportation, major highways, rail lines, and parking it’s never been easier to visit!