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Jordan Hall 10803 now JH Bar & Grill, Pelham...

gutreactions | Jan 3, 201807:16 AM     4

There's a new menu and management at JH Bar & Grill on Fifth Ave., Pelham. It previously operated as Jordan Hall 10803, an Italian steakhouse with upscale steaks and chops and a piano bar on weekends. New general manager is George Figueiredo, a veteran of the hospitality business. The menu has been toned down a bit offering a comforting variety of specialties from Angry Shrimp Toast, Kale & Quinoa Caesar, to Fish & Chips and Chicken Pot Pie. During a recent Happy Hour we shared tasty Smoked Salmon Knishes and Crispy Calamari served with Olde Bay tartar sauce along with our cocktails. A few of the 'Hall Classic Steaks', like the Colorado Rib-Eye, have remained on the menu. Weekday Happy Hours are 5-7 p.m.
At this writing, the restaurant has melded their former website with new entries so there may be some confusion. www.jordanhall10803.com

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