There’s Something Special About the Sorbet at TwentyTwenty Grille
February 16, 2016 | bridge
It's not every day that you find a restaurant whose founders are on the front lines, but that's the case at TwentyTwenty Grille. Founded by a husband-wife pair of well-trained chefs, Ron and Rhonda Wiesheit, TwentyTwenty Grille has a slew of reviews that mention Chef Ron and Rhonda (who often seats guests) by name. Together, the duo created a menu that incorporates local ingredients into fresh, modern American fare.
Each meal consists of three courses, but it's what comes in between each course that has many Yelp reviewers talking. Chef Ron and his team craft sorbets to cleanse the palate from unusual ingredients. One customer recollects a concoction of kale, guava, and cumin; another notes that his sorbet contained bell pepper, butternut squash, and cilantro. They're the perfect way to transition from a first course like the duck tacos or pan-roasted diver scallops to the "middle" course, perhaps Vietnamese Chilean sea bass bun rieu or grilled New York strip steak. Save some room for the third course: dessert. Sticky toffee pudding cake and chocolate truffle torte are both on the menu.