Bacchanalia, long known for its celebrated tasting menu, is making a move toward a more customizable dining experience. Anne Quatrano's Westside Provisions District restaurant has ditched its prix fixe menu and implemented a la carte pricing across the board.
"It's all about listening to our guests," Quatrano said in an announcement. "They were looking for more flexibility in designing their dining experience. No matter the format of the meal, we will continue the high level of quality they are accustomed to at Bacchanalia — in food procurement, preparation, and service."
Little Bacch's Joe Schafer recently took over the kitchen at Bacchanalia, but despite the new chef and format, many of the restaurant's staple dishes remain — don't worry about that crab fritter disappearing. The new menu layout is similar to its previous version, so guests who want to experience the restaurant's traditional five-course meal shouldn't have a difficult time putting one together.
Take a look at Bacchanalia's reformatted menu below.