Get Ready for Downtown Sioux Falls Restaurant Week
From April 7-15, 17 different downtown eating establishments will be celebrating the local food scene as they collaborate with locally sourced items from area farmers.
A few of the restaurants are still putting the final touches on their menu items for this year's event, but here's what we know will be served up:
Bread & Circus Sandwich Kitchen
A traditional Korean rice bowl with Bulgogi Beef, Kimchi, Pickled Shiitake Mushrooms, Sunny Egg, Tofu, Arugula, Bean Sprouts, Gochujang Sauce, sesame seeds, and an egg.
Thai Peanut Penne
A penne pasta tossed in homemade Thai peanut sauce, red and green bell peppers, red onions, broccoli, and topped with fresh ginger and cilantro. It will be served with homemade bread from a recipe created by a local farmer in Brookings at Good Roots Farm & Gardens.
Chef Lance’s on Phillips
Steak and Mushroom Risotto
6 oz Grilled Beef Tenderloin with a local Mushroom and Herb Risotto.
Nutella Molten Chocolate Cake
With Vanilla Bean Sauce, Nutella Crunch, and Chocolate Emulsion.
A corn masa dough filled with fresh ingredients and then fried. Ingredients include plantain, mole, crema, queso fresco, and locally sourced ingredients from Dakota Mushrooms and Microgreens.
Roasted mushroom & prosciutto risotto lightly fried and served with a lemon garlic aioli and Sangiovese balsamic reduction. Featuring locally sourced micro arugula from Dakota Mushrooms and Microgreens.
A marinated meat dish traditionally from Jalisco but the chef is presenting his own personal adaptation based on the flavors in Oaxaca. Ingredients include Wagyu beef and fresh mushrooms sourced from Dakota Mushrooms and Microgreens
House red sauce, ground beef, bacon, cheddar and mozzarella, bread and butter pickles, and onions.
R Wine Bar & Kitchen
Torta di Nocciole
Hazelnut cake topped with Nutella whipped cream spread.
Baja Fish Tacos
Made with locally sourced Tortillas Hernandez corn tortillas, with made-to-order freshly battered cod or shrimp, crisp chopped cabbage, and radish with Baja cream sauce, served with housemade salsa, fried corn tortilla chips, housemaid queso, and cut lime.
Having trouble deciding which dishes to try?
Downtown Sioux Falls is making it easier by asking you a series of questions about your dining preferences.