By Andrea Bosco

The tides are changing at Seviche! The seviche and tapas restaurant has had success along Penn Avenue since 2007, but with the return of its Executive Chef James Rogers at the start of 2014, a “menu overhaul” is happily happening. The Big Y Group team seeks to evolve the space from a destination restaurant to a more neighborhood friendly, casual establishment. “Our intention is to make Seviche a more approachable place — less a niche concept, more value for guests, while maintaining our commitment to quality product,” says Big Y Group Director of Operations Nick Rizzo. In addition to a selection of house-made tacos and expanded entree offerings, the business is changing up its décor, too! “We’ll be opening up the storefront, changing the big glass windows to a retractable window with the ability to raise up and open to vibrant Penn Avenue,” says Rizzo. “Guests can expect small, subtle paint color changes on the interior to make for more of a calm, relaxed environment. It’s not a concept change, but more of an evolution.” The new menu will be released on March 3. On March 11-13, Seviche will be offering half-off all food items in an effort to encourage folks to visit and check out the new spin — reservations suggested! The restaurant encourages patrons to follow its updates on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, too.

Seviche, 930 Penn Ave., Downtown. 412.697.3120. seviche.com.
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