COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Aug. 22, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Bourbon Brothers Southern Kitchen (BBSK) (OTCBB:RIBS) today was specially featured amongst restaurants in New York City, Philadelphia, Miami, and Boston by USA Today for having what expert business and travel writer Marla Cimini calls one of the best "Spiked Dishes" in the entire United States. The article is titled "Spiked Dishes and Drinks across the Country" and was written for USAToday.com in the Travel section.
The dish that is featured in the article is a BBSK fan favorite, designed by our expert team of chefs: Maker's Mark Mac n' Cheese, a fun, rich, and exciting twist on classic southern macaroni and cheese. The dish is made with Andouille sausage, sautéed peppers and onions, aged cheddar cheese, cornbread crumbs, and of course, Maker's Mark bourbon.
The food and drink items listed in the article vary, from lemonades to French toast to carrot purees. All items have one thing in common: they (as Cimini writes) are just a little more "spirited." Cimini credits chefs for their creative liberties in adding "extra-potent elixirs" to classic dishes. She writes, "The cool Bourbon Brothers eatery boasts an all-star mac and cheese dish that riffs on the original by adding Maker's Mark bourbon to the sausage, sautéed peppers and onions mixture, creating a rich and delectable base for the cheese sauce. Blended with aged cheddar cheese and cornbread crumbs on top, this specialty is a true crowd pleaser."
BBSK, as well as their sister restaurant in Denver, Southern Hospitality, prides themselves on their expansive bourbon menu, as well as their creative and competent team of cooks and specially designed southern-themed menu. Bourbon Brothers is proud to be recognized by New York based and internationally circulated magazine USA Today for the talent and dedication of our restaurant team, and excited to see Colorado Springs restaurants put in the spotlight. BBSK hopes to continue to please guests and critics alike with high-quality, spirited renditions of classic southern dishes.
More information about the menu and team is available on the BBSK website www.BourbonBrothersSouthernKitchen.com.
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