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The short ribs ($21) at Dancing Marlin in Frankfort are thick-cut and Korean-style with a soy-ginger glaze, wasabi mashed potatoes, green onion and sesame seeds. Photos by Max Lapthorne/22nd Century Media
Gnudi ($14) is one of the most popular items on the menu. It is made with ricotta cheese and topped with roasted butternut squash, herb butter sauce, kale pesto, red pepper and shaved Parmesan cheese.
Max Lapthorne, Contributing Editor
9:59 am CST November 29, 2018

This year’s fall menu at Dancing Marlin was created with the goal of putting unique twists on classic dishes.

The new menu, which features changes or improvements to 18 dishes, debuted on Oct. 9, attracting a large crowd to the restaurant at 20590 S. La Grange Road in Frankfort. Co-owner Tom Kara has seen the restaurant cycle through many seasonal menus, but this was the first one created by new chef and executive director Corey Hageman.

“The Dancing Marlin menu is seasonally inspired,” Kara said. “ I think we knocked this one out of the park.”