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Vinoy serving classics from New York's Blue Ribbon restaurants

ST. PETERSBURG — Marchand's, the flagship restaurant in the Renaissance Vinoy Resort, has introduced a new bar menu featuring food from New York's Blue Ribbon restaurants.

Eric and Bruce Bromberg, who opened the original Blue Ribbon in Soho in 1992, developed a menu for several Renaissance properties. While the New York restaurants — there are nine around the city now plus one in Las Vegas — got famous for serving bone marrow with oxtail marmalade to celebrity chefs who hang out there until all hours, the menu here will be a little more mainstream.

The "Blue Ribbon Classics" menu includes fried rock shrimp, BBQ pork sliders on brioche that will be made in-house and chicken wings dressed with Mexican honey.

The Brombergs were nominated for a James Beard award this year for Outstanding Restaurateur.

• Bistro Bleu, the reinvented NoHo Bistro, recently reopened in its new home in South Tampa (2402 S MacDill Ave.; (813) 514-0691; Chef Tina Hurless will have the same sort of New American menu that made NoHo an acclaimed neighborhood spot in West Tampa for seven years before it closed this spring.

Vinoy serving classics from New York's Blue Ribbon restaurants 05/30/11 [Last modified: Monday, May 30, 2011 3:55pm]
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