Chef Jody Adams' Harvard Square restaurant Rialto has birthed a brand new bar menu featuring 30 items. The menu is divided into four sections. There's antipasti ($5 per plate or $14 for three) like bagna càuda, a dip which is in this case made with lardo, small plates ($7) like fried oysters with pickled cabbage, habanero and cilantro, large plates ($14) including a roasted duck sandwich with Gruyère, gingered figs, and fries. There's also a section for shared items, which at this point includes only the grilled shellfish platter ($26) with oysters, shrimp, clams, squid, andouille and garlic bread. The dinner menu has a few additions as well, including an antipasto spread with prosciutto, lardo, ricotta, fig and walnuts as well as whole grain ravioli filled with shredded rabbit. Besides the standard chocolate crema, there's also an entirely new dessert selection. For that, see below.
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