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First Look: Alqueria

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Farm-to-table restaurant Alqueria is now open for lunch and dinner. Opened by two former Barcelona chefs Jacob Hough and Patrick Marker, the restaurant offers American cuisine with a twist, along with a signature cocktail menu and extensive wine list.

The menu will be familiar to any Midwesterner. Both Hough and Marker suggest the pork shank and braised short ribs as entrees; the rest of the menu is rounded out with a burger, buttermilk fried chicken sandwich, some dynamic salads and small cheese plates, among other offerings.

The space itself offers two dining rooms, one with a large bar. Hough and Marker used a lot of wood, copper accents, and old farming equipment to create a rustic, farmhouse feel.

Alqueria can be found at 247 King Ave. It’s open now for lunch and dinner, but Hough and Marker have plans to add brunch by spring of 2019.

For more information, visit their website.

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