bluezoo on a friday evening

Yes, it’s a post about bluezoo again! Can you tell that we really, really like bluezoo?

We went over last Friday evening to have a couple of appetizers and a cocktail, plus we really wanted to talk to Chad about this year’s Food & Wine Classic (see our reviews of Chad’s Sake Class in 2010

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bluezoo in January 2012

Back in January, Lisa and Andy came to WDW for a visit. And of course, we had to go to bluezoo for dinner.

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Wonderful start to any meal at bluezoo = Chad’s Barrel Aged Manhattan!

Amuse Bouche – our notes read “rock shrimp, mushrooms, cauliflower cream, pickled cauliflower, and gnocchi”

Olive’s Flatbread – this flatbread doesn’t contain olives, it is named for Todd English’s restaurant “Olive’s”

Short Rib and Scallop Appetizer – very yummy

Nora and Andy had the Mero (fish) – it was very smooth and buttery, well seared, and nicely seasoned; however, it was also very rich for a fish dish (perhaps a bit too rich for Nora’s tastes)

Lisa’s Pork Dish – deemed to be excellent

Nick’s Pasta Dish – contains many of the same accompaniments as the amuse bouche; this was more flavorful than the Mero

Chocolate Dessert Sampler

Fishhouse Punch – a very old and traditional mixed drink

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