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Portrait House coming to old Blowtoad spot

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Blowtoad is closed

BlowToad, Fresca on Addison now offer delivery

BlowToad has begun free pizza delivery within 2 miles of Carytown; next week they plan to also offer beer delivery. Their sister restaurant Fresca on Addison is once again offering free lunch delivery.

Pizza is great and the drinks are plentiful BlowToad

Tess Autrey Bosher reviews Jimmy Sneed’s BlowToad this week: A few of the specialty pizzas, all $12, are noteworthy. The Greek, with Kalamata olives, peperoncini, feta and tomatoes, is the best of the pizza and salad worlds in one delectable dish. The ham perfectly balances sweet-salty meat with piles of peppery arugula. Anything with the […]

Folks are confused and upset about the bull testicles on BlowToad’s menu

The main issue became this: how was the menu item worded and should the server have volunteered that, when ordering the Bleu Ball Pizza (with “swinging steak, bleu cheese, and charred onions”), a diner was actually ordering bull testicles, or should the diner have asked for a little clarification about “swinging steak” [...]?

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Tuesday is Byrd Night at BlowToad

BlowToad set to open for dinner tonight

Update: We finally have an opening date for BlowToad! Friday, Feb. 3, starting at 5 p.m. for dinner. Lunch won’t start until next week.

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BlowToad peep show

Blowtoad should be open by the end of next week

BlowToad will open in Carytown in the former Double T’s space at the end of next week. Chef Jimmy Sneed will be serving up pizza, sandwiches and 24 craft beers on tap.

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Blowtoad looks like this

BlowToad applies for ABC license

Jimmy Sneed’s BlowToad, coming to the old Double T’s spot, has applied for a Wine & Beer On Premises and Mixed Beverage On Premises ABC license.

BlowToad coming to Carytown

Chef Jimmy Sneed’s newest project is BlowToad, a restaurant in the former Double T’s space in Carytown. Sneed says the business will serve pizza from a Nabil Attie-designed oven, and he’ll cook prime rib and other meats on his Labesse Giraudon rotisserie, an equipment holdover from his days operating the Frog and the Redneck.