Delicious: Pier 247 updates menu with salads and po’boys

Crabcakes with micro greens and sriracha: Photo by Desiree Espada
Crabcakes with micro greens and sriracha: Photo by Desiree Espada

Pier 247 opened in an old service station on West Davis back in January. The restaurant specializes in seafood with a New Orleans lean, plus bar food. Chef Richard Glenn recently took over the kitchen, and he is changing up the menu a little. Favorites including the triple seafood club sandwich and the classic bacon cheeseburger are staying the same. But Glenn has added a few things. Among them are a grilled-salmon salad with candied pecans, goat cheese, strawberries and a warm bacon vinaigrette. He added two new po-boys — roast beef and “the peacemaker,” fried oysters with bacon. The chef also created an all-new dessert menu that includes bread pudding and death-by-chocolate flan. The restaurant also is expanding its bar area to accommodate TV watchers for football season.

Pier 247
247 W. Davis

Ambiance: Casual, pub

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Price Range: $9-$20

Sunday-Wednesday, 11 a.m.-11 p.m.; Thursday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-2 a.m.

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Pier 247 serves a late-night menu until 1 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

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