Thanks to a reader, we have the menu from Billy’s Soho’s @ Southridge. Click on the thumbnails for a full-size version that is readable without a high-powered microscope.
Some of the old favorites are still available, including those delicious and crispy beer-battered onion rings and the candied yams. Maybe they should list the yams under the dessert section. Mmmmmm….
Amie Dodson, Chef Sohovich’s daughter, tells Fork You that the menu is a work-in-progress, so don’t be surprised if you experience a slightly different menu when you visit them.
I would really like to see a Deathmatch between Billy’s Dinsmore 2 and the oyster sandwich at Tricky Fish. My guess is Billy’s version is huge, like the other portions I have witnessed emerging from his kitchen. Billy’s is priced at $7.95 which includes fries. Chef Sohovich is competing with another dish as well: red snapper tacos, served with red beans and rice, for $8.95.
Another new addition to the menu: make-your-own pastas. Starting at $10.95 you receive the pasta, bread and a small salad. Protein and veg can be added for additional charges.
The pastas, grilled portabella hoagie, grilled seasonal vegetables, boca-mozarella bites and portabella fries provide options for vegetarians that were unavailable under the original Billy’s menu. Kudos to the Chef for making the Vegetarian Wife smile.
And talk about a great deal! Look at the beer prices for the Game Night special they just had on Friday night. Wow! We are all about that. With a dining room full of TVs, this restaurant is the perfect venue for watching sporting events and the specials should fill the place with thirsty fans.
$1 domestc draft pints and $2 import draft pints are the stars of the game night specials. Appetizer sampler platters help please everyone at the table – pick three for $8.95 or 6 for $12.95. The specials ran the entire duration of the game.
Amie isn’t sure when they’ll run the specials again, but I put my two-cent’s-worth in that I think they should offer it for all the upcoming tournament games.
UPDATE: We received another email from Amie on 3/17/09 with excellent news – the $1 and $2 beer prices are the EVERYDAY PRICES. That totally rocks. And she said they will have appetizer specials for tournament. Ron and I are definitely going to check them out for a game.
It appears that Billy’s Soho’s @ Southridge now offers menu items to please a wider array of clientelle. Whether you enjoy home-cookin’, pasta, or something more high-brow like escargot or oysters Rockefeller, you may find just the thing to hit the spot. We liked it under it’s first incarnation – read our review here. Sounds like a re-review is in order…