Cold Soups

Warmer weather means transferring the soup pot from atop its fierce flames and onto the ice. Chilled soups make welcome menu selections during the summer months, reflecting the freshest flavors and ingredients of the season. From classic vichyssoise and gazpacho to lively fruit and melon concoctions and colorful vegetable purees, these bowlfuls are sure to refresh overheated guests.

Upstairs at ‘21’
New York, NY
Cold Senegalese Soup, rich and curried with grilled chicken and Granny Smith apples; $14

La Mediterranee
San Francisco, CA
Cold cucumber and yogurt soup; $5.75

Upstairs on the Square
Cambridge, MA
Sweet Spring Dug Parsnip Vichyssoise with smokey bacon & leeks croquets, fresh herbs; $14

Café Sharaku
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Chilled Local Golden Crab Soup with cauliflower mousse and junsai (lotus-like water shoots); $10

Granville Moore’s
Washington, DC
Chilled asparagus soup with crispy Vidalia onion straws; $6

The Farm on Adderley
Brooklyn, NY
Chilled carrot and beet soup with fork crushed warm carola potato; $7

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