Odd Duck has posted an official menu on their website, as well as a cocktail list, beer list, and a very long list of the local farms and vendors they source from. Official menu offerings include a ham and cheese pretzel and a chicken-fried egg. The cocktail list also features a beverage called "Coffee Draaank."
Blogger Mad Betty has posted a gushing first look at Bryce Gilmore's new restaurant, where she recommends the kholrabi soup, the chicken fried egg, and the sticky toffee pudding. The Yelp reviews are mostly glowing, though Yelper Lily W. thought a few of the dishes didn't quite cohere. Odd Duck is the brick and mortar reincarnation of Bryce Gilmore's lauded food trailer of the same name, and it opened to much fanfare on Thursday, December 12. Eater readers, have you been yet?
· Odd Duck [Official]
· Odd Duck [Mad Betty]
· Odd Duck [Yelp]