Pam Read has owned Goddess Catering, a local catering business, for a few years -- and when Satchel's Market vacated its digs in Park Hill (the owners relocated to a spot next to Oliver's market, where they created Satchel's on 6th) -- she jumped at the chance to expand into a full-fledged restaurant.
"I'd describe our menu as modern American comfort food," explains Fink, citing such dishes as brick chicken -- a slow-cooked lemon-herb-spiced strip of poultry that is seared quickly and then finished on the grill under a brick -- as well as a bone-in ribeye and tacos de cabrito, made from goat.
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That board will undergo seasonal changes, too. "This summer, we'll have a vegetarian lasagna with white bechemel sauce," he says, noting that updates will come as the months come.
The owners will also offer nightly specials at their dinner-only spot, like a Sunday roast and enchiladas every Friday; all that will pair with wine and beers on tap, as well as cocktail specials, says Fink.
The restaurants will be outfitted as a neighborhood bistro, which the owners hope will take on the ambience of a lively dinner party, serving from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. And it should be quite a party when Pary's opens on June 22.