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today's specials

 

THURSDAY, september 28, 2023

soups:

Chicken Escarole, Red Chowder, Chili
Soup of the Day: Lobster Bisque cup 4.99 bowl 6.99

appetizer specials:

Pot Stickers............................................................................10.99​

Served with a side of teriyaki glaze.

Crab Cakes..........................................................................10.99

Served with a side of Bayou sauce.

lunch specials:

Chicken Portabella Wrap................................................14.99​

Grilled chicken, portabella mushrooms, bacon,
Swiss cheese and baby spinach in a grilled
tortilla wrap, served with French fries.

Reuben.................................................................................16.99​

Corned beef, Thousand Island dressing, sauerkraut
and Swiss cheese served on grilled marble
rye bread with a side of French fries.

Smothered Pork Chop......................................................12.99​

1 Grilled center cut pork chop topped with sauteed
onions, mushrooms, peppers and provolone
cheese, served over rice pilaf.

Beef Marsala with Wild Mushroom Raviolis...............15.99​

Sauteed prime rib tips, onions, mushrooms
finished with a marsala wine sauce,
served with wild mushroom raviolis.

Salmon Burger.................................................................14.99​

Homemade grilled salmon burger, avocado, lettuce,
tomatoes and Jack cheese on a grilled
bulky roll, served with French fries.

 

Lunch Fried Clam Strips..................................................12.99​

Battered and fried fresh clam strips served
with French fries, coleslaw & tartar sauce.

side choices:

Baked Potato, Sweet Baked Potato (add .99)
Mashed Potato, French Fries, Sweet Potato Fries (add .99)
Rice Pilaf, Coleslaw, Pickled Beets, Steamed B
roccoli

Vegetable of the Day: Tomato Garlic Green Beans   

 

everyday dessert menu:
Gluten Free Chocolate Torte, Molten Chocolate Lava Cake,
Crème Brulee Cheesecake, Lemon Berry
Mascarpone
Kiki’s Homemade Baklava

Consumption of raw or undercooked foods of animal origin may increase your risk of food borne illness. Consumers who are especially vulnerable to food borne illness should only eat food from animals thoroughly cooked. 

Prices are subject to change without prior notice and are not guaranteed, not responsible for typos.

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