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Let's Eat! - Posted May 27, 2016 noon
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Midtown Wood Fired Kitchen

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When you step inside Amarillo’s newest hot spot, you’ll immediately sense the energy in the cozy and colorful restaurant. Another venture for the owners of Fire Slice Pizzeria, Midtown Wood Fired Kitchen features a chef-driven, seasonal menu and stunning open kitchen designed to feature the wood-fired oven.

Personal touches are scattered throughout Midtown, from artwork created by local artisans to the rotating menu of scratch-made desserts (check the board when you walk in for that day’s features).

Feast on authentic Italian dishes like short rib osso bucco, grilled artichokes, or toasted bruschetta. Midtown offers beer and wine only, with 10 craft beers on tap and an impressive wine list. Look for the addition of lunch, Happy Hour specials, and brunch on Sundays later this summer. For now, enjoy 50 percent off the per-glass price on any open bottle of wine on Sunday nights.

2818 Wolflin Ave., 350.6565, Midtown Wood Fired Kitchen

Open Wednesday through Saturday, 5-9 p.m.

Click here for the complete "Let's Eat!" list.

by Michele McAffrey

Born and raised in Amarillo, Michele has been with AGN Media for nine years. After spending years in freelance sales and as a makeup artist, she enjoys channeling her creative energy into Amarillo Magazine and a variety of other projects published by AGN Media.
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