Tyber Creek knows how to do Summer

A beautiful, low-humidty evening usually calls for a glass of wine outside and we couldn’t find a better place to do so than Tyber Creek.

Located in Bloomingdale, Tyber Creek’s impressive outdoor patio and extensive wine menu truly brings the Virignia vineyard scene home.

I tried the popular rosé on tap and a more exotic Kaapzicht Chenin Blanc from South Africa. The Chenin Blanc was the winner in a blind taste test we played with owner Jordan Stahl.

In addition to great sips, the dinner menu also aims to please. Sharable plates feature a delightful meat and cheese board to pair with your wine and crowd favorite stuffed dates. Entrees include a braised beef brisket that was so tender it hardly needed a knife to slice and perfectly roasted chicken thighs. All food served is cooked in the restaurant’s wood fire oven and so that cast iron smokey taste really shined through in these dishes.

Cheese & spicy chorizo
Seared yellowfin tuna with wood fired avocado, wonton chips, ginger ponzu
Dates stuffed with blue cheese, marcona almond, prosciutto
Broccolini in a browned butter sauce, panko, sea salt
Braised beef brisket with peach bourbon glaze, peach, corn & tomato salsa, fingerling potatoes (PC: Tyber Creek)

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