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New Fall Menu at Waltz on The Square

1 Sep

Upon news from Waltz executive chef Erika Lipe that there was a new Fall menu at Waltz on The Square, I didn’t waste any time going in to check out the new offerings. Further inspiration came from a recent article written by Nature Humphries featuring Waltz in The Local Voice (see it here on page 7).

Those who have been to Waltz on The Square know how Lipe enjoys experimenting with menu items and ingredients; the new Fall menu keeps that tradition going (to see the full menu, visit the Waltz site here).

Cheese Plate and Portabella Pizzetta

Sweet Corn Crab Cake, Mussels and Patton Won Ton

Lobster Avocado salad

Grilled Spinach and Haloumi

New Texas Porkchop

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Waltz Opens for Brunch

8 Jan

I love it when I find out another restaurant has opened its doors for Sunday brunch–especially when they plan to offer a delectable lineup of menu items.

Waltz on the Square has just begun offering Sunday brunch from 11 to 3 and staff members say they’ll continue to do so as long as they feel they’re filling a need.

Some of the offerings on the brunch menu include:

  • A veggie plate with choice of 2 or 4 of the following items: pasta; green beans; mushrooms; squash; bruschetta; deviled eggs; salad; macaroni and cheese
  • Bacon and cheddar scrambler
  • Turkey sandwich on croissant
  • Grilled salmon (when available)
  • 8 oz. filet or rib eye
  • Fried chicken with macaroni and cheese
  • Four-cheese lasagna
  • Shrimp Alfredo
  • Club salad with fried chicken
  • Waltz burger

UPDATE 1/22: The Waltz menu has changed (including brunch) and does not include the above items. See this updated post for a sneak peek of the new menu.

Have you tried the brunch? Let us know what you think by commenting here or emailing foodie@eatingoxford.com.

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Cheese, please!

6 Dec

When you’re looking for a way to wind down after work, I highly recommend stopping in to Waltz on the Square (waltzonthesquare.com) for its cheese plate appetizer (perhaps paired with a nice glass of wine?).

The cheeses offered by Waltz change periodically, but during my last visit, the trio included a caramelized onion cheddar, Gouda and elderberry wine variety. They arrived accompanied by blueberry “yum yum” (jam); spicy pecans; and crostinis topped with prosciutto. It’s enough for two to share, but delicious enough to eat all on your own as well!

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