Barton G is top 5 one of the most interesting and unique restaurants I have ever been to. To be a high end restaurant the menu is very diverse and the menu options are not hard to pronounce and you actually know what your food is when it arrives to the table. Some may say that Barton G is an expensive restaurant but I think that it is worth the money especially with all the bells and whistles !
I have been to restaurants where the atmosphere was fun but the food was horrible so I am excited when I get to experience both. The menu had so many yummy options that it was hard to choose but I decided to indulge the:
Bucket of Bones- 12 hour baby back ribs, beef ribs, lamb lollipops, chicken drumettes, kettle chips & honey gorgonzola dip – $25
Laughing Bird Popcorn Shrimp – Crispy laughing bird shrimp, old bay spiced popcorn, Sriracha aioli and sweet chile sesame dipping sauces – $22
Marie Antoinette’s Head – Let Them Eat Cake – A towering cotton candy pompadour, yesteryear candies, and a Bananas Foster “shake”. Vanilla panna cotta, gianduja brownie, caramelized banana cream & Chantilly GF* -$29
Bucket of Bones – The meat was falling off the bone which is always a plus . The bbq sauce was the perfect combination between sweet and tangy. I could definitely do without the chips and maybe had fries instead.
Laughing Bird Popcorn Shrimp – The display was so cute and creative Barton G takes popcorn shrimp to another level. The shrimp was tasty but I think what really gave it a kick was the sriracha sauce. The added popcorn even had its on flavor too.
Marie Antoinette’s Head – Let Them Eat Cake- Not even 3 people could finish this cotton candy head so it eventually became a photo prop. The shake was light and delightful but I am not a huge banana fan.
I am really considering having my birthday dinner at Barton’s this year! That’s how willing and ready I am to go back !