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UPDATE — The Two Seven Public House 

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After five years on the South Hill, the Two Seven Public House has earned a loyal following of regulars and a half-decade worth of their feedback — which instigated recent changes to the menu.

A red lentil burger topped with roasted red-pepper mayo and mozzarella has bumped the Anasazi bean burger from the menu. A turkey sandwich topped with pesto mayo on a French roll replaced the oyster sandwich. The Dip of Love, a cheese-encumbered bread dip, has yielded to the cheeseburger quesadilla. That appetizer is just what it sounds like — cheeseburger ingredients stuffed into a tortilla. This kind of American fusion is one thing the Two Seven does well. The newest specialty dish, Korean short ribs, is done up USA style. The kimchi is quick: cucumbers, fresh cut, topped with kimchi sauce. The short ribs are plunged into marinade and flash-grilled like steak.

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