Bison Carpaccio

Todd and I frequently eat dinner at Magnolia, a restaurant in Lafayette where a friend of ours womans the sushi bar a couple of nights a week. If there are seats at the bar, we sit and laugh with her and buy her a drink and take her suggestions on the specials. And what better to go with raw fish than raw meat? It comes with smoked sea salt, fried capers, pickled mustard seeds, and pepper crackers.Denver north restaurants, Denver sushi restaurants, Boulder sushi restaurants

Aside from two meals from the restaurant menu that sounded better than they tasted, Magnolia’s food is good. The bison is great, as is the mac and cheese.

The owners brought in someone from the Med in Boulder to help with running the restaurant. I’m looking forward to seeing some of his work.
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About Beth

I grew up in Kansas City and have lived in the Denver Metro area for 25 years as of 2012. I attended Georgetown University and the University of Colorado at Boulder. I like birding, hiking, scuba diving, gardening and ecological restoration, and trying out new wines and chocolate.
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One Response to Bison Carpaccio

  1. Beth Partin says:

    The bison was great. So you had sushi at a hibachi restaurant?

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