Boca in downtown Cincinnati
For a limited time only, one of Cincinnati’s most acclaimed dinner spots is extending its hours and menu for lunch crowds.
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CINCINNATI – For a limited time only, one of Cincinnati’s most acclaimed dinner spots is extending its hours and menu for lunch crowds.
Boca, which was recently named one of the best restaurants in America by OpenTable , is offering lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. until Monday, Dec. 23.
The new menu will feature some of the restaurant’s signature dishes, along with pastas, soups, salads and decadent desserts.
Some of the lunch items include Boca’s Oysters Rockefeller ($4 each), the Pommes Soufflés with béarnaise ($11), the Dry-Aged Burger with Boca’s house sauce and fries ($16) and the Filet Boca with Alaskan king crab, Swiss chard, fingerling potatoes and béarnaise ($36).
Some new additions that are exclusive to the lunch menu include the French Onion Soup “Royale” (a pork and duck bouillon-based soup topped with comte cheese for $12), the Cheese Souffle Croque Monsieur with arugula salad ($19), the Grilled Romaine Caesar Salad with free-range chicken ($17) and the Beet and Goat Cheese Salad with hazelnuts and greens ($13).
Cincinnati native David Falk is chef and owner of Boca. Falk graduated from the Culinary Institute of America in New York and worked his way through prestigious kitchens in Chicago, Paris and Rome.
To see Boca's regular menu, click here .
To make reservations, click here .