The Rustic Adding Hearty Sunday Supper Menu

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Supper is the perfect opportunity for friends and family to get together and enjoy each other’s company.

 That’s why The Rustic is kicking off Sunday Supper – fittingly on Easter, April 16 – and debuting a delicious, and affordable, family-style menu. For just $17.95 per person, guests will have the choice of:  

Fried Chicken – The Rustic’s special recipe of hand-crusted half chicken

Double Cut Pork Chop – wood-grilled with smoked paprika, garlic and lemon juice

Wood-Grilled Chicken – half chicken rubbed with ancho chile and brown sugar

To accompany your choice of protein, The Rustic will also serve an unlimited amount of the following farm-fresh sides:

Green Salad – young kale, lemon dressing

Simple Mashed Potatoes – black pepper, gravy

Jalapeño Spoon Bread – cornmeal, pickled jalapeño, white cheddar, creamed corn

White Hominy – broken posole, smoked ham, chipotle garlic cheese sauce

Clean & Green – seasonal green vegetable, simply steamed

Sunday Supper is the perfect opportunity for family and friends to get together, talk about life and bond over a tasty meal,” said Kyle Noonan, co-owner of FreeRange Concepts, creator of The Rustic. “Our new family-style menu features several of our most popular comfort-food dishes that are guaranteed to satisfy.”

This delicious supper will be available starting at 2 p.m. every Sunday starting Easter.

With its casual atmosphere, live musical acts and unique, full-service dining experience featuring farm-fresh, homestyle dishes and a Texas-sized selection of wines, spirits and 40 beers on tap, The Rustic has carved a distinctive niche among Dallas restaurants. The concept is the brainchild of Noonan, Josh Sepkowitz and Texas country artist Pat Green, whose love of the outdoors and live music helped bring The Rustic to life. The result is a fun and relaxing dining and concert experience from a phenomenal patio, all under the big Texas sky.

The Rustic is located at 3656 Howell Street in Dallas.

 

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