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This past year, Robert Knox came on as executive chef at Eurasia and revamped the menu, although fusion remains the mantra: pork meatballs with chilies, garlic, sweet mustard, pineapple, and Asian slaw, or tuna sashimi on crispy wontons with seaweed salad and citrus ginger vinaigrette. There’s a bison burger and delicious grilled chicken and prosciutto sandwich with green apple, red onion, baby arugula, and aged fig-balsamic vinegar on toasted ciabatta. The grilled beef tenderloin with foie gras butter is delicate and tender, and the duck leg confit falls right off the bone. The menu is rounded out with a respectable wine list and a dozen or so creative cocktails. Eurasia is a solid choice for a night out without the bustle of downtown. —Eric Doksa Dish (Winter 2013)

Restaurant Details

Contemporary American cuisine with a hint of Asian influence. Hearty flavors and portions with dishes like leg of lamb, seared bigeye tuna, sauteed shrimp and smoked gouda grit cake.

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Hours: L & D. Closed Sun.
Price: $$$$

Happy Hours

Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri 4:30 pm-6:00 pm: 1/2 off all draft beer (includes craft), house wine, house liquor, and appetizers.

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