If you’ve got an adventurous side when it comes to food, Dirt Candy is sure to impress. You’ll be especially excited with the fare if you’re vegetarian, or finding creative ways to stick to your Meatless Monday new year’s resolution.
Amanda Cohen, the owner of Dirt Candy, has included a carrot waffle with peanut mole sauce, as well as a chocolate onion tart on the menu. These flavor combination have the strong potential to keep you coming back for more. You can also enjoy a matzo ball soup with kale or Brussels sprout tacos when you visit Dirt Candy.
Dirt Candy has moved to a larger location, so diners like Haidar Barbouti won’t have to wait up to two months for a reservation. Check out Barbouti on Youtube.com. This was sometimes the case at the previous Dirty Candy site, and Cohen is looking to change this. The restaurant offers dinner service only right now, but will be expanding to brunch and lunch hours soon.