Chef’s Weekend Features! Saturday 5/31 and Sunday 6/1

Saturday, May 17th and Sunday, May 18th

Chocolate Tangerine Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

“The Petrov” Screwdriver $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

June Pancake: “Piña Colada” with butter rum sauce and whipped cream. $6.95

Cold Soup of the Day: Gazpacho with a dollop of sour cream $5.50

Hot Soup of the Day: Potato Leek with Bacon $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

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“Spinach Pie”: Spinach, roasted red peppers, feta cheese, and a touch of oregano, mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit. $8.25

Sandwich of the Day: “BBQ pork”: Tender pork shoulder braised for hours in a house made sauce, chopped, then served on Texas toast and topped with our slaw. Served with a side of pasta salad. $8.95

Eggs Benedict: Two English muffin halves topped with Canadian bacon, poached eggs, and fresh hollandaise sauce. $9.95

Cheddar Toad in a Hole”: Two slices of wheat bread with the centers punched out, an egg fried in each, then topped with cheddar cheese, diced tomato, green and red onion, and chopped bacon. $8.95

“Breakfast in Burma”: Eggs scrambled with peppers and onions, topped with cheddar cheese, fresh tomato chutney, and Sriracha cream sauce. Served with braised Indian-style lentils and a warm flour tortilla. $9.95 (Note! lentils contain beef).

Root Vegetable Hash and Eggs: Roasted beets, redskin potatoes, rutabaga, garlic, and red pepper mixed with balsamic and fresh herbs, then grilled and topped with two eggs over-easy and served with a buttermilk biscuit. $9.95

A Side of House-Cured Applewood Bacon $4.95

Warm Mixed-Berry Pie with whipped cream $3.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

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