Unfortunately this establishment has closed.
In case you couldn’t tell already, here at The Colorful Chronicle, we LOVE food and take it very seriously. We didn’t bat an eye when we were invited to visit the revamped Bosta Kitchen.
Bosta Kitchen went from coffee house to adding a full menu to its repertoire in January, a cherry on the top move for existing museum district residents looking for a all day meal spot. You can still enjoy the stellar lattes but with a bonus! Chef Gabriel Medina developed the menu himself and we have to say it’s spectacular. The relaxing modern ambiance is the perfect place for families, to study, or a date!What makes Bosta Kitchen so unique is their extensive wine and champagne offerings. You can come in and buy a bottle of wine to go or drink it there. Because of the relationship the founder has with different wineries and champagne houses, the prices are rather competitive with Spec’s and they have some great vintage selections. A glass of Krug is a mere $40, though sounds pricey, it’s the best we have seen.
We always love it when restaurants offer daily specials! We had the opportunity to try their Sunday fried chicken special – Annie is a tough critic on fried chicken, and it was Annie approved ❤Their fried chicken special comes with five pieces and 2 sides. What makes it unique is their double fry technique, which makes it SO crispy.Fried chicken, wine, and best friend – what else can you ask for? 😉
Not only were the fried chicken delicious, the sides were equally good. Their mushroom mac & cheese was our favorite!Do yourself a favor and visit Bosta Kitchen soon! Bonus point if you go during their Fried Chicken Sundays. Call ahead to make sure they don’t run out.
The Colorful Chronicle
Post in partnership with Balcor Hospitality Group, all opinions are our own.
Photos by Alejando Montoya