Feast of the Week: Urban BBQ at Joule

On summer Sundays, the Wallingford restaurant serves up regionally themed grilled goodies from around the globe. This week: Marrakesh.

By Judy Naegeli July 14, 2010

On Sunday nights in summer, Joule serves up grilled specialties from around the world.

Who Joule

What Urban BBQ 2010

Why you should go On summer Sundays, the chefs of this fine-dining restaurant grill in the style of a far-flung locale—Halong Bay, Vietnam, Austin, Texas—known for its unique barbecuing traditions. The July 18 feast is inspired by the gastronomy of Marrakesh, Morocco. Your ticket buys you a choice of entree—in this case almond and chicken phyllo pie, shrimp kabobs, and lentil soup, or a merguez (spicy sausage) burger with red onion and aioli—and access to a buffet of cold salads and sides (spicy grilled eggplant and bulghur salad with raisins and almonds.)
Still to come: Marseilles, France; Sicily, Italy; and Busan, Korea.

Where 1913 N 45th St, Wallingford

When every Sunday, 3–9 pm

Cost $18/adult; $10/child

Reservations 206-632-1913 (recommended).

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