Batch Cafe & Bar Menu Redesign & New Items Now Available (PHOTOS)

The downtown restaurant launched its updated menu on Tuesday with a new design and several new items.

Batch Cafe & Bar has a reputation for doughnuts and whiskey, but don’t sleep on its other offerings.

The downtown restaurant launched its updated menu on Tuesday with a new design and several new items.

We sampled a few of the new items; here are the pics.

We Fly High (No Lie, You Know This) Cocktail & Antipasto Salad

We Fly High and Antipasto Salad at Batch Cafe & Bar (Credit: Jackie Tran)

We Fly High and Antipasto Salad at Batch Cafe & Bar (Credit: Jackie Tran)

We Fly High ($11) features a combination of Iwai Japanese Whisky, Rose Vermouth, and club soda. The Antipasto Salad ($8) features rotini with salami, pepperoncini, mozzarella, goat cheese, artichoke, and sun-dried tomatoes dressed in the house vinaigrette.

Chicken Pita (left) & Alfredo Pasta (front)

Rotini Alfredo at Batch Cafe & Bar (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Alfredo Pasta at Batch Cafe & Bar (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Batch is no fancy Italian restaurant, but their Alfredo Pasta ($5 or $8) holds its own — the parmesan flavor stands out, as a real Alfredo sauce should. The Chicken Pita ($8) is a straightforward interpretation, except for the addition of the addictive spicy Batch sauce.

Jon Hamm & Cheese

Jon Hamm & Cheese sandwich at Batch Cafe & Bar (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Jon Hamm & Cheese sandwich at Batch Cafe & Bar (Credit: Jackie Tran)

The Jon Hamm & Cheese ($9) does its name justice with house-made whiskey mustard. The ratio of the sauce, Black Forest ham, and provolone to bread is just right.

Batch Cafe & Bar is located at 118 E. Congress St. For more information, visit batchtucson.com.

Jackie is a food writer and photographer native to Tucson. He loves corgis and still thinks rickrolling is funny. If you'd like to stalk him, visit jackietran.com.

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