Trend Alert: Flatbreads

They’re versatile. They’re delicious. And they’re everywhere—from Italian restaurants to wine bars.




The colorful barbecue chicken flatbread at Brio is topped with chicken, smoked Gouda, yellow tomato, onion, feta, and a cilantro pesto sauce.

Taylor Mathis

ZINK AMERICAN KITCHEN
Fig and prosciutto, $7

WINE SHOP AT FOXCROFT
Crimini mushroom, arugula, and Parmesan, $11

BRIO
Barbecue chicken flatbread with smoked Gouda, yellow tomato, onion, feta, and cilantro pesto, $14.35

BLACKFINN
Hawaiian, with ham, pineapple, mozzarella, caramelized onions, and Parmesan, $11.99

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