Charcoal now serving lunch...again

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After a summer (and some of fall) hiatus, Charcoal has begun serving lunch again -- but without the bincho boxes that won our hearts when Gary Sumihiro opened the Golden Triangle restaurant in 2011.

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Chef Patrik Landberg has created a new lunch menu that includes bacon-wrapped dates and chicken liver mousse as appetizers. The entree list now features an Italian sandwich with prosciutto and soppressata, chickpea veggie cake and pan-roasted Skuna Bay salmon.

See the new Charcoal menu here.

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