Galeria was founded from a group of international service and hospitality entrepreneurs whose background in classical performing arts and culinary arts were inspired to offer great food and great art, giving artists a place to showcase their work.
Spinalis Sliders – Espresso rubbed spinalis, caramelized onions, Hawaiian slider bun, arugula, and wasabi cucumber sriracha aioli. These buns add a light sweetness to a flavorful spinalis.
The Bacon Flight includes thick cut Compart Duroc bacon, jerked, agave sriracha glazed, dazed and glazed maple chipotle, served with bacon jam. This was one of my favorite dishes at dinner. Why? Because bacon is the best thing ever. I most likely had two plates of this dish on my own and I don’t regret a single bite.
The Van Gough is their $65.99 Tomahawk Steak, which is to die for. I can’t wait to come back for more!
Look how beautiful Chef Matt made this Tomahawk steak. It is just as tender and moist as you see it in this photograph. I also wish I brought home the bone for the pup.
The Claude Monet is Galeria’s blend of fresh salad mix, candied walnuts, applewood smoked blu cheese, sliced strawberries, and Guava balsamic dressing. The guava balsamic dressing is definitely unique for this dish; however, it draws all of the flavors together.
The Day Boat is seasonal fish, tomato watermelon kimchi, roasted fingerling potatoes, and roasted vegetables. It was as light as it sounds, but still SO flavorful.
As for dessert, it all depends on the day and what the chef has in mind for you. Chef Joshua will create beautiful and delicious treats after you’ve enjoyed a beautiful meal by Chef Matt.
Grab the menu, a glass of wine or cocktail and laugh the evening away with friends and family while your eyes feast on the local artwork on display throughout the restaurant.
For more information, visit Galeria yourself.