As part of their overall mission to give the neighborhood and their customers what they want, the team at Urban Village is excited to release four new menus – brunch, lunch, kids and gluten free – all now available at the Northern Liberties brewery.
The menu launches align with the entire concept of straight from the tank craft brews, and reflect Urban Village’s commitment to serving fresh, seasonally rotating and deliciously unique fare. A new weekly specials section on the menu, which will always highlight a pizza, a sandwich and a small plate, is devoted specifically to this idea and expected to give executive chef, Christopher Davis, room to flex his creative culinary muscles while offering customers what they love.
Brunch at Urban Village
Urban Village has garnered enormous popularity for its naturally fermented, slow-proofing pizza dough, and the new brunch menu naturally incorporates brunch-focused pizzas like the ‘Val’, topped with eggs, Canadian bacon, tomato and hollandaise ($14) and the ‘Raven,’ with eggs, green onion and house kimchi ($13) join eight of the classic red and white offerings all available during brunch hours.
Urban Village further extends their dough mastery to include toasted homemade everything bagels for its salmon lox plate ($13) with cream cheese, pickled egg, caper and onion.
Comfort food fav, cream chip beef, is upgraded with house made pastrami while customizable brunch sandwiches round out the savory brunch additions.
French toasted brioche with whipped ricotta and blackberry preserves will satisfy audiences with a sweet tooth (all $12).
Additionally, two inventive new brunch cocktails grace the menu: a bloody mary made with fresh horseradish and aquavit ($10) and a beermosa made from any of Urban Village’s 12 tank to tap to table beers and freshly squeezed OJ (price varies).
Brunch will be served Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Lunch at Urban Village
Lunch served from 11:00 a.m. – 4 p.m. features a crisp Caesar with boqueróns and crispy lardons ($10), a cobb salad topped with roasted chicken, crumbled blue cheese, bacon, cherry tomatoes, hard boiled eggs, carrots and a white balsamic vinaigrette ($14). Additional offerings range from the ‘Bella’ sandwich – portabella, sundried tomato jam and arugula ($10) and ricotta gnocchi utilizing the last of the garden’s produce with tomato, green beans and corn.
New small plates include blistered shishitos served with fresh mint, peaches and ranch dip ($6) and fried cauliflower with sundried tomatoes, golden raisins, parmesan and mint ($8) in the small plates section. The ‘Connie,’ chock full of garlic goodness, boasts littleneck clams, spicy tomato sauce and smoked pancetta ($15) and joins the vegan ‘Celeste’ with roasted corn puree, cherry tomatoes and shishito peppers ($13).
New sandwiches include a brick chicken sandwich made with chicken breast, smoked bacon, garlic mayo, lettuce and tomato and country sausage with broccoli rabe and sharp provolone (both $12).
Kids Menu at Urban Village
The kids’ menu at a restaurant that excels in pizza, is straightforward to please the often-picky pint-sized 10 and under crowd. Menu highlights include cheese pizza ($6), pepperoni pizza ($7) or sausage pizza ($7), also available is a grilled cheese served with fries or fresh fruit ($6). Kid drinks including Boylan’s craft bottled soda, milk, chocolate milk and juice are all available for $1.50.
Gluten-Free at Urban Village
Lastly, because they are so bread and craft beer focused, the brewery highlights gluten-free options in the form of fries with beet ketchup ($5), heirloom tomatoes with fresh ricotta and cherry vin cotto ($8), and spicy sausage mussels with that incorporate a roasted tomato and herb broth or mushroom mussels featuring a beef broth (both $14).
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