Service Bar Shifts To Foodie Focus With ‘Criollo’

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The team behind Service Bar recently introduced its newest concept, a Peruvian comfort food pop-up located on Service Bar’s outdoor heated and covered patio space on U Street.

Criollo by Carlos Delgado’ is slated to run through the end of 2020 and will showcase quintessential and crave-worthy ‘criollo’ (Native Peruvian) – pronounced cree-oh-yo – dishes such as Sopa CriollaLomo SaltadoCebiche de PulpoPapa a la HuancaínaCausa de PolloPulpo Anticuchero, Tacu Tacu Con Camarones, Tallarín Saltado Con VegetalesArroz Con Mariscos, and Sudado de Mahi Mahi, amongst others.

There’s also a playful Pisco-inspired beverage program – heavily influenced and curated by Service Bar owners Glendon Hartley and Chad Spangler – that will showcase a rotating assortment of Pisco-centric cocktails like the  Classic Pisco SourMandarin Chilcano, and a Pisco Punch.

Criollo markets the start of a new food focus shift at Service Bar.

‘Criollo by Carlos Delgado’ will be open Tuesday through Sunday, 5PM to 11:30PM offering dine-in on the heated and covered outdoor patio space, as well as for online orders for pickup and delivery.