Thursday, September 22, 2011

Fall Menu 2011

Happy Fall Everyone!! We think you'll enjoy this tribute to the best of fall. All local seafood and meats, locally grown produce wherever possible, and best of all...lots of love!

                                           Fall menu 2011
Ceviche – Rockfish, Sidestripe Shrimp, and Scallops
Marinated in lime with tomato, scallions and cilantro
Crack chips on the side… $10.00                                 
Sweet Basil and roasted tomato Crostini
Topped with fresh mozzarella and toasted to perfection
Flatbread pizza
variety of toppings...ask server for today's selections                                                                            
Basket of Fresh Bread and Butter                                                              

Soups and Salads:
Ramen- 2 ways
House made ramin noodles topped with your choice of Beef  or Vegetable broth. Choice of toppings (pick 3): Shredded Pork, Silky Tofu, Roasted mushrooms, scallions, cilantro and julienne  spinach                     
 cup    $5.00  bowl   $9.00 
House Green Salad...whatever is in the house goes on the salad...
small...$5.00 Large...$9.00

Beef Stewed in Red Wine
This Spanish version of a classic dish is made with local angus beef and is so tender it falls off your fork. Served with smashed potatoes or house made pasta. Roasted veggies on the side.                                       
Chicken Pot Pie
Tender free range chicken with roasted vegetables in a savory gravy tucked into a flaky herb crust
small green salad on the side
Smoked Salmon Mac and Cheese
One customer called this ‘refined comfort food’
We couldn’t say it better ourselves!   (small green salad on the side)                         
Rockfish Pasta
Oven roasted rockfish over house made pasta with mushroom, kale and capers in a light mustard dill cream sauce
Stuffed Acorn Squash
Wild rice cranberry, sweet potato, and whole grain croutons topped with bread crumbs and a beautiful beet gravy.

                             Ask your server for dessert selections

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