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Clyde’s New Music Hall Serves Fusion Tacos

The Soundry is scheduled to open on Friday, June 1

Tacos at the Soundry.
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The new concert venue Clyde’s Restaurant Group is opening in Columbia, Maryland plans to serve music lovers a mix of finger foods ranging from gravy-covered French fries to fusion tacos filled with chunks of tangy-sweet fried chicken.

The Soundry, which replaces now-defunct Italian eatery Tomato Palace (10221 Wincopin Circle, Columbia, Md.), is currently scheduled to open on Friday, June 1. Modeled somewhat after sibling restaurant/performance space the Hamilton, the Soundry plans to offer music fans a variety of sweet and savory options.

Opening menu items include: poutine with horseradish cream sauce; a quartet of specialty tacos (carne asada, marinated pork, General Tso’s chicken, and fried catfish with sliced strawberries); two types of bao buns including chicken thighs with sweet chile sauce as well as pork belly with kimchi); a falafel sandwich; house cheeseburger; two sampler platters (assorted tacos or mixed bao buns); strawberry shortcake served in a mason jar; and cotton candy.

Drink options include more liquor-filled drink pouches ($11.29-$12.29) — called “booze bags” here — spiked with vodka, gin, bourbon, or rum. There’s also a half-dozen wines available by the glass (white, red, rosé, sparkling; $7.59-$9.29) along with local brews (Flying Dog Brewery’s Numero Uno agave beer, Evolution Craft Brewing Co.’s Lot No. 3 IPA; $7.29-$7.99) and commercial offerings (Guinness, Bud Light, Natty Boh; $3.99-$7.79).

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