Curly’s Back at it Again with New Drool-Worthy Menu

Food & Drink


Written by SOB Creative

Published on October 24, 2016

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Brodetto / Photo x Curly’s Grille

Daaaaaaaaaaaaamn Curly’s, back at it again with the great food. Yes you heard us – Curly’s is switching things up for the colder months with an all new menu that will make your tastebuds drool with delight.
The launch of Curly’s Fall 2016 Lunch and Dinner menus focuses on contemporary American dishes influenced by the tastes, techniques, and traditions of the Caribbean. They’ve pared down their offerings in an effort to focus on more “elegant and refined dishes” while staying true to their identity…aka their Caribbean flavor we all know and love.
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Saratoga Chips / Photo x Curly’s Grille

Curly’s will still be serving their delicious and award winning Jerk Chicken and Jerk Pork ~plus~ exciting new Fall dishes like Pan-Seared Duck Breast and a Mango Stuffed Pork Chop. Also on the new menu: Chicken Ochie with Peanut, mango, and Banana; Saratoga Chips, Brodetto, Thai Noodles🍜, Bleu Sea Bass, Jerk Pizza, and Apple Cider Sangria! 🍹
Check out the full new menu here – and yes, we’re just as excited to try them as you are.

The Curly’s Bar & Grille

647 Ridge Rd. Lackawanna   /   (716) 824-9716

Hours: Mon. – Fri 11 AM -10 PM; Sat & Sun 4 PM – 10 PM

Cuisine: Caribbean, International, Seafood   /   Price: $$$

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