Embracing this brisk season, Fish Restaurant has revamped its dinner menu. Executive Chef Nico Romo has updated his offerings to include dishes that highlight winter’s flavors and include the best ingredients he can find. Expect new entrées like roasted golden trout with potato, zucchini, and butternut squash quiche along with a brown butter almandine sauce, and the open-face croque madame, which combines duck confit, emmental cheese, and caramelized onions and tops them with a fried egg. Also making a return is butternut squash soup.
While the dinner menu has changed for the season, the lunch menu at Fish will remain the same. To try out the new menu call Fish for dinner reservations at (814) 722-3474 or make reservations online at fishrestaurant.net or opentable.com. —Olivia Gossett
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