Bar Bites

RN74 Rolls Out New Bar Menu

A welcome development for downtown imbibers.

By Christopher Werner November 23, 2011

The bar at RN74.

The bar at RN74 is a spirited place (and not just in the literal sense. Been here for happy hour? Then you know what I mean), and now, news it’s to become even more of a destination.

A rep for the restaurant says chef Michelle Retallack and sous Larkin Young are rolling out a new bill of barside nibbles. With just under 25 items it’s a pretty extensive menu punctuated with buzzword vittles like soft pretzels, foie gras sliders, bone marrow, pork belly, and corn dogs (but of the lobster variety).

The menu is split into six sections, labeled as such: poppers, sticks (i.e. the lobster dog), toasts, baskets (fries and other dippable things), oysters (on the half shell and done up), and buns. The offerings are available Monday through Saturday 11:30am–close and Sunday 10am–close.

Eight of the “finger snacks” will be served during happy hour for $6 or less (a majority of the items are under $10 otherwise) alongside drink specials that top out at $5. Happy hour happens Monday through Saturday 3 to 6 and 10:30 to close and Sunday all day.

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