Bash Is a Foodie, Craft-Beer Mecca in West Broward
CandaceWest.com Apricot chipotle chicken
Marinated and grilled chicken breast is brushed with a signature apricot chipotle glaze and finished with fresh goat cheese in the popular apricot chipotle chicken.
An impressive 12-ounce frenched pork chop is soaked in a blend of Unibroue Éphémère apple beer, Dijon mustard, apple cider vinegar, and spices. Like most of the entrées (with a few exceptions), it's served with a side and a daily vegetable.
"Shannon really likes to try to incorporate the beers into his food," says Lynn. "He's not making food like anyone else out here."
Although the aforementioned dishes are always on the menu -- regulars were displeased when they previously tried removing some -- Weiberg tweaks the menu every two to three months based on availability.
Specials are offered daily, including changing flatbreads (like chicken bruschetta and fresh mozzarella with warm bacon kale salad), homemade ravioli (including butternut squash and fresh herb and three cheeses with shrimp and fra diavolo), and a variety of seafood and other entrées.
In true mom-and-pop fashion, it really is a team effort between Lynn and Weiberg.
Weiberg is responsible for the majority of the menu, and Lynn takes care of the front of the house and desserts. Her revered mile-high carrot cake is always on the menu, while other selections, like the flourless chocolate cake, rotate in and out. Lynn can also be seen rotating in and out among the tables, greeting regulars and newcomers alike and making sure everyone is enjoying his or her experience.
The restaurant strives to use local vendors whenever possible. It works with Doris Italian Market, just a few doors down, as well as local farmers and seafood purveyors.
"Being a small business, we feel like we should support other small businesses," says Lynn.