Blend 111 is now offering express, to-go lunch options.
Launched yesterday (Tuesday), the CasArepa menu features Latin-inspired street food, including arepas in a variety of flavors, tequenos, and patacones. These are all popular dishes throughout Colombia and Venezuela.
The food is intended to be paired with a range of new Latin American “refresher” juices, including flavors like black currant, papaya, passion fruit and guava.
The lunch carryout options are available from noon to 2 p.m. on Tuesdays through Fridays.
Orders should be submitted by smartphone and can be picked up from the restaurant’s front door at 111 Church Street. Guests are also welcome to eat on the restaurant’s outdoor back patio depending on the availability of space.
Blend 111 is a restaurant and wine bar that opened in the Town of Vienna in August 2019. It offers lunch and dinner menus with South American cuisine, wine from Spain and France, and coffee roasted in the store.
Photo courtesy Blend 111
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