Published June 11th, 2019 at 12:15 PM1 minute read
Corvino Supper Club and Tasting Room is opening a casual outdoor dining option called “Ravenous” in space reclaimed from an alley next to its location in Corrigan Station.
In a recent newsletter, owner and chef Michael Corvino said the new place will be geared toward offering the neighborhood a daily lunch and dinner option featuring “cheeseburgers, fries and malts, and building on that.
“The developer has put a bunch of seating like picnic tables and benches in, and we’ll have a little counter service building there,” Corvino wrote.
Other menu options are expected to include chicken sandwiches, local veggies, fun sides, hand pies for dessert, and beer, wine and Corvino’s own bottled cocktails.
The owners of the fine dining restaurant declined further comment except to say they hope to open next month.
The new Ravenous will be located between Corrigan Station, a historic rehab office project at 19th and Walnut, and a new office addition nearing completion at 20th and Main.