Word of the Week
March 22, 2009, 11:55 pm
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Osso Bucco – An Italian dish traditionally made of veal or pork shanks braised with olive oil, white wine, stock, onions, tomatoes, garlic, anchovies, carrots, celery, and lemon peel.

I had the Pork Osso Bucco at Leon’s last week – served with roasted butternut squash, greens, and a jus made with Gordon DIPA… Awesome!


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Leon’s was amazing. Not only is their Osso Bucco delicious, every thing we tried was perfect. (mussels, frites, bass, pork sandwich)

Great space, perfect for spring/summer happy hours, friendly staff.

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