Bell City Bistro Menu
Pretzel Bites …$7
Warm, salted pretzels, served with a selection of sauces and dips; the perfect accompaniment for a pint!
Beer Pairing: Kölsch, Cream Ale, Stout
Bacon-Pepper Grilled Cheese Sammich … $9
Melty cream and provolone Cheeses with hot peppers and BACON JAM.
Beer Pairing: IPA, Belgian Ale
FlatBread Italiano … $9
Toasted flatbread topped with prosciutto, cured Italian salami, roasted vegetables, and provolone
Beer Pairing: IPA, Stout
Vegetable Flatbread …$8
Provolone and pesto on a toasted flatbread, topped with grilled eggplant, artichoke and sweet peppers
Beer Pairing: Kolsch, Cream Ale, Belgian Ale
Brew-Master’s Charcuterie Board …$19
Cured Italian meats and select cheeses. Perfect for sharing.
Beer Pairing: IPA, Belgian Ale, Rye Ale, Stout, Porter, IPA
Yorkie Sliders …$9
Mini Yorkshire puddings stuffed with stout-braised beef and bacon with creamy avocado sauce
Beer Pairing: Stout, IPA
A Pint of Beer … $5
Why not treat yourself to a liquid lunch? After all, beer contains the same ingredients as bread!!
Beer Pairing: “Another pint please”
Wine by the Glass … (6oz $6.99 / 9oz $9.99)
We don’t know much about wine, other than it has fewer ingredients than craft beer, so we don’t understand how it can be as good. That being said, we offer Ontario wine by the 6oz or 9oz glass. Please don’t ask our brewer for details as he gets upset when any beverage doesn’t contain hops or barley.
Beer Pairing: “Switch to beer”
PAIRING GUIDELINES: Beer contains more ingredients than wine so the flavor palate is much wider, don’t worry you can’t go wrong. Successful pairing rests on matching food characteristics of those found in beer. You don’t want one to overpower the other. Your aim is to find harmony. A general rule of thumb: Light food with light beer. Bold food with bold beer!
ALERGIES: We use fresh ingredients extensively throughout out brewhouse. These ingredients often include wheat, nuts and dairy products. If you have an allergy, please talk to us before ordering.