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CHEF’S FEATURES

January 30th & 31st 

CARMEL SUNRISE – AGAVE WINE, ORANGE JUICE, STRAWBERRY $6

PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

LUCY’S CINNAMON ROLLS – SERVED WITH YOUR CHOICE OF WARM HONEY OR VANILLA GLAZE $2.95 OR SHARE A PLATE OF FOUR $10.00

LUCY’S “WORKS” BIALY – A TOASTED AND BUTTERED BIALY SERVED WITH SMOKED SALMON CREAM CHEESE $3.95

THE JANUARY PANCAKE – BANANAS FOSTER TOPPED WITH BUTTER-RUM SAUCE AND WHIPPED CREAM $6.95

TODAY’S QUICHE – AVOCADO AND BACON FILLED WITH CRISPY BACON, FRESH AVOCADO, JACK AND CHEDDAR CHEESE $8.95

CINNAMON RAISIN FRENCH TOAST – THICK CUT AND TOPPED WITH CANDIED PECANS, POWDERED SUGAR, AND VANILLA GLAZE $6.95

THE PIG STACK – A TOASTED ENGLISH MUFFIN PILED HIGH WITH THICKSLICED CHEDDAR, CANADIAN BACON, A SAUSAGE PATTY, CRISPY SMOKED BACON, AN OVER EASY EGG, AND CHOPPED CHIVES, SERVED

WITH CHEDDAR-ONION HASH BROWNS $8.95

CHEDDAR-ONION HASH BROWNS $2.50 (MAY ALSO BE SUBSTITUTED FOR FRIED POTATOES ON THE FARMHOUSE BREAKFAST)

SOUP OF THE DAY – FRENCH ONION BOWL $5.50 BREAD BOWL $6.50

MANGO-APPLE PIE – SERVED WARM WITH ICE CREAM $2.95

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CHEF’S FEATURES

CHEF’S FEATURES

JANUARY 23rd & 24th

CARMEL SUNRISE – AGAVE WINE, ORANGE JUICE, STRAWBERRY $6

PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

LUCY’S CINNAMON ROLLS – SERVED WITH YOUR CHOICE OF WARM HONEY OR VANILLA GLAZE $2.95 OR SHARE A PLATE OF FOUR $10.00

LUCY’S “WORKS” BIALY – A TOASTED “EVERYTHING” BIALY TOPPED WITH TOMATO-BASIL CREAM CHEESE $2.95

THE JANUARY PANCAKE – BANANAS FOSTER TOPPED WITH BUTTER-RUM SAUCE AND WHIPPED CREAM $6.95

TODAY’S QUICHE – CHORIZO FILLED WITH SPICY CHORIZO, ROASTED JALAPENO, MONTEREY JACK AND CHEDDAR CHEESE $8.95

CALIFORNIA SCRAMBLE – AN ENGLISH MUFFIN TOPPED WITH SCRAMBLED EGGS, WHITE CHEDDAR, TOMATOES, GREEN AND RED ONIONS, SRIRACHA CREAM, AND FRESH AVOCADO $9.95

ELK SAUSAGE GRAVY AND BISCUITS – WARM BUTTERMILK BISCUITS TOPPED WITH SAVORY ELK SAUSAGE GRAVY MADE WITH FRESH SAGE $8.95

GARDEN EGGSHROOM – TWO ROASTED PORTOBELLO CAPS STUFFED WITH SAUTÉED SPINACH, ROASTED RED PEPPER, AND FETA THEN TOPPED WITH SUNNY SIDE UP EGGS AND FRESH CHOPPED CHIVES $8.95

POT ROAST SANDWICH – OUR SAVORY POT ROAST TOPPED WITH CARAMELIZED ONIONS SERVED ON A BRIOCHE BUN WITH A SIDE OF

HORSERADISH SAUCE, SERVED WITH KETTLE CHIPS $9.50

SOUP OF THE DAY – CAULIFLOWER BOWL $5.50 BREAD BOWL $6.50

CHEF’S FEATURES

CHEF’S FEATURES

1/16 & 1/17

CARMEL SUNRISE – AGAVE WINE, ORANGE JUICE, STRAWBERRY $6

PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

LUCY’S CINNAMON ROLLS – SERVED WITH YOUR CHOICE OF WARM HONEY

OR VANILLA GLAZE $2.95 OR SHARE A PLATE OF FOUR $10.00

LUCY’S “WORKS” BIALY – A TOASTED “EVERYTHING” BIALY TOPPED WITH TOMATO-BASIL CREAM CHEESE $2.95

THE JANUARY PANCAKE – BANANAS FOSTER TOPPED WITH BUTTER-RUM SAUCE AND WHIPPED CREAM $6.95

TODAY’S QUICHE – SPINACH PIE FILLED WITH SPINACH, ROASTED RED PEPPERS, BACON, AND PARMESAN $8.95

CARNITAS CON HUEVOS – SLOW-ROASTED PULLED PORK, SCRAMBLED EGGS, MONTEREY JACK, PICO DE GALLO, AND WARM FLOUR TORTILLAS $6.95

AMHERST – SCRAMBLED EGGS WITH CHIVES, CHEDDAR, CANADIAN BACON, AND CARAMELIZED ONIONS ON GRILLED BRIOCHE, SERVED WITH FRUIT $6.95

HUEVOS RANCHEROS – DIOS MIO, ESTO ES BUENO! TWO OVER-EASY EGGS SERVED WITH FRIED POTATOES, REFRITOS WITH WHITE CHEDDAR, SPICY CHORIZO, AND FRESH PICO DE GALLO $7.95

AVOCADO, BACON AND TURKEY – ROASTED TURKEY, CRISPY BACON, FRESH AVOCADO, AND CHIPOTLE CREAM SAUCE ON TOASTED MULTIGRAIN. SERVED WITH KETTLE CHIPS $7.95 SUBSTITUTE POTATO SALAD $O.95

SOUP OF THE DAY – CHILI BOWL $5.50   BREAD BOWL $6.50

CHEF’S FEATURES

CHEF’S FEATURES

December 12th and 13th

CARMEL SUNRISE – AGAVE WINE, ORANGE JUICE, STRAWBERRY $6

PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

LUCY’S CINNAMON ROLLS – SERVED WITH YOUR CHOICE OF WARM HONEY OR VANILLA GLAZE  $2.95 OR SHARE A PLATE OF FOUR $10.00

LUCY’S “WORKS” BAGEL – A TOASTED AND BUTTERED “EVERYTHING” BAGEL, SERVED WITH ROASTED JALAPENO AND BACON CREAM CHEESE. $2.95

DATE AND CREAM CHEESE TOAST – TOASTED MULTIGRAIN TOPPED WITH CREAM CHEESE AND CHOPPED DATES. $3.95

THE DECEMBER PANCAKE – EGG NOG PANCAKE WITH BUTTER-RUM SAUCE WITH POWDERED        SUGAR. $6.95

TODAY’S QUICHE – BACON, MUSHROOM, AND SWISS. $8.95

ELK SAUSAGE BISCUITS AND GRAVY – WARM BUTTERMILK BISCUITS TOPPED WITH OUR HOUSE-MADE ELK SAUSAGE GRAVY. $7.95

CALIFORNIA SCRAMBLE – AN ENGLISH MUFFIN TOPPED WITH SCRAMBLED EGGS, WHITE CHEDDAR, TOMATOES, GREEN AND RED ONIONS, SRIRACHA CREAM, AND FRESH AVOCADO. $9.95

CHORIZO HASH AND EGGS – SPICY CHORIZO HASH TOPPED WITH TWO OVER-EASY EGGS WITH A SIDE OF REFRIED BEANS AND WHITE CHEDDAR. $8.95

FIVE CHEESE BACON MELT – PARMESAN-CRUSTED GRILLED SOURDOUGH, STUFFED WITH MELTED CHEDDAR, MUENSTER, SWISS, AND CREAM CHEESE, SERVED WITH KETTLE CHIPS. $8.95

SOUP OF THE DAY – CHILI BOWL $5.5 BREAD BOWL $6.5

PIE Á LA MODE – CHERRY OR APPLE $3.95

CHEF’S FEATURES

CHEF’S FEATURES

December 5th & 6th 

CARMEL SUNRISE – AGAVE WINE, ORANGE JUICE, STRAWBERRY $6

PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

LUCY’S CINNAMON ROLLS – SERVED WITH YOUR CHOICE OF WARM HONEY OR  VANILLA GLAZE $2.95 OR SHARE A PLATE OF FOUR $10.00

LUCY’S “WORKS” BAGEL – A TOASTED AND BUTTERED “EVERYTHING” BAGEL, SERVED WITH ROASTED JALAPENO AND BACON CREAM CHEESE. $2.95

BANANA-BACON TOAST – TOASTED MULTIGRAIN TOPPED WITH FRESHLY-SLICED BANANAS AND CRISPY BACON. $3.95

THE DECEMBER PANCAKE – EGG NOG PANCAKE WITH BUTTER-RUM SAUCE WITH POWDERED SUGAR. $6.95

TODAY’S QUICHE – HAM MORNAY FILLED WITH CARAMELIZED ONIONS AND GREEN PEPPERS, GRILLED HAM, AND TOPPED WITH MORNAY SAUCE. $8.95

BREAKFAST IN BURMA – TWO EGGS SCRAMBLED WITH ONIONS, RED AND GREEN PEPPERS, TOPPED WITH WHITE CHEDDAR CHEESE, FRESH TOMATO CHUTNEY, AND SRIRACHACREAM SAUCE. SERVED WITH BRAISED LENTILS AND WARM FLATBREAD. $9.95      *LENTILS CONTAIN BEEF

CAFÉ COUNTRY STACK – A SPLIT BUTTERMILK BISCUIT TOPPED WITH SAUSAGE GRAVY, TWO OVER-EASY EGGS, CRISPY BACON, GREEN ONION, AND DICED TOMATO. $6.95

FIVE CHEESE BACON MELT – PARMESAN-CRUSTED GRILLED SOURDOUGH, STUFFED WITH MELTED CHEDDAR, MUENSTER, SWISS, AND CREAM CHEESE.  SERVED WITH KETTLE CHIPS. $8.95

SOUP OF THE DAY – CHILI BOWL $5.5 BREAD BOWL $6.5

PIE Á LA MODE – CHERRY OR APPLE $3.95

CHEF’S FEATURES

CHEFS FEATURES

11/21 & 11/22

CARMEL SUNRISE AGAVE WINE, ORANGE JUICE, STRAWBERRY $6

PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

LUCYS CINNAMON ROLLS – SERVED WITH YOUR CHOICE OF WARM HONEY OR

VANILLA GLAZE $2.95 OR SHARE A PLATE OF FOUR $10.00

LUCYS “WORKS” BAGEL – A TOASTED AND BUTTERED “EVERYTHING” BAGEL, SERVED

WITH ROASTED JALAPENO AND BACON CREAM CHEESE $2.95

JOES NUTTY TOAST – MULTIGRAIN TOPPED WITH CREAMY BUTTER, CHOPPED MIXED

NUTS, AND SLICED RED GRAPES $3.95

THE NOVEMBER PANCAKE – PECAN-CRANBERRY FILLED WITH CANDIED PECANS AND

DRIED CRANBERRIES.  TOPPED WITH BUTTER AND POWDERED SUGAR $6.95

TODAY’S QUICHE – SAUSAGE, PEPPERS AND ONIONS CARAMELIZED ONIONS, RED AND

GREEN PEPPERS, SMOKED SAUSAGE, AND PARMESAN MIXED WITH AN EGG CUSTARD

AND BAKED IN A PASTRY CRUST $8.95

EGGS BENEDICT – A GRILLED ENGLISH MUFFIN TOPPED WITH CANADIAN BACON, POACHED

EGGS, AND CREAMY HOLLANDAISE SAUCE $8.95

TURKEY HASH AND EGGS – HOUSE-MADE TURKEY HASH TOPPED WITH TWO OVER-EASY

EGGS.  SERVED WITH A WARM BUTTERMILK BISCUIT $7.95

FRENCH BLT – OUR CRISPY, SMOKED BACON, FRESH LETTUCE, TOMATOES, AND MAYO ON

A GRILLED CROISSANT.  SERVED WITH KETTLE CHIPS $8.50

SOUP OF THE DAY – ITALIAN BEEF BOWL $5.5 BREAD BOWL $6.5

PIE Á LA MODE – CHERRY OR APPLE $3.95

Chef’s Features

Chef’s Features
 
November 14th & 15th
 
Carmel Sunrise – Agave wine, orange juice, strawberry $6
 
Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6
 
Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls – Served with your choice of warm honey or vanilla glaze. $2.95 or share a plate of four $10.00
 
Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – A toasted and buttered “everything” bagel, Served with roasted jalapeno and bacon cream cheese $2.95
 
Florida Beach Bread – Melted cheddar, blue cheese, parmesan, red onion, tomato, olives, and garlic butter on top of crunchy French bread. $5.95
 
The November Pancake – Pecan-Cranberry filled with candied pecans and dried cranberries and topped with butter and powdered sugar. $6.95
 
Today’s Quiche – Italian filled with sausage, pepperoni, green peppers, mushrooms, garlic, and Parmesan, then smothered in Pomodoro sauce. Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. $8.95
 
Elk Sausage Gravy and Biscuits – Warm buttermilk biscuits topped with savory elk sausage gravy made with fresh sage from our garden! $8.95
 
Huevos Rancheros – Dios mio, esto es bueno! Two over-easy eggs served with fried potatoes, Chef Micah’s refried beans with white cheddar, spicy chorizo, and fresh Pico de Gallo. $7.95
 
Pot Roast Sandwich – Our savory pot roast topped with caramelized onions. Served on a French bun with a side of horseradish sauce, paired with kettle chips. $9.50
 
Soup of the Day – Cream of Mushroom bowl $5.5 bread bowl $6.50
 
Pie á la Mode – Cherry or Apple $3.95
 
Chef’s note: Due to the upcoming holiday, turkey breasts are in short supply. We only use quality turkey—marinate it and roast it in-house—that our vendors are unable to procure at this time. Unfortunately we will not have any turkey available until next week. Thank you – Micah

CHEF’S FEATURES

CHEFS FEATURES

OCTOBER 31ST & NOVEMBER 1ST, 2015

CARMEL SUNRISE AGAVE WINE, ORANGE JUICE, STRAWBERRY $6 

PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

LUCYS CINNAMON ROLLS – SERVED WITH YOUR CHOICE OF WARM HONEY OR

VANILLA GLAZE.  $2.95 OR SHARE A PLATE OF FOUR $10.00

LUCYS “WORKS” BAGEL – A TOASTED AND BUTTERED “EVERYTHING” BAGEL. SERVED

WITH ROASTED JALAPENO AND BACON CREAM CHEESE.  $2.95

WHIPPED FETA AND TOMATO TOAST – TOASTED MULTIGRAIN TOPPED WITH WHIPPED FETA, FRESH TOMATOES, OLIVE OIL, AND FRESH HERBS.  $3.95

THE OCTOBER PANCAKE – PUMPKIN CINNAMON STREUSEL: PUMPKIN PANCAKE TOPPED WITH CINNAMON STREUSEL AND WHIPPED CREAM.  $6.95

TODAY’S QUICHE – LORRAINE: THIS CLASSIC QUICHE IS FILLED WITH CARAMELIZED ONIONS, SMOKED BACON, AND SHREDDED SWISS CHEESE MIXED WITH AN EGG CUSTARD AND BAKED IN A PASTRY CRUST.  $8.95

CALIFORNIA SCRAMBLE – AN ENGLISH MUFFIN TOPPED WITH SCRAMBLED EGGS, WHITE CHEDDAR, TOMATOES, GREEN AND RED ONIONS, SRIRACHA CREAM, AND FRESH AVOCADO.  $8.95

HUEVOS RANCHEROS – TWO OVER-EASY EGGS, MICAH’S REFRITOS WITH WHITE CHEDDAR, AND SPICY CHORIZO HASH. SERVED WITH FRESH PICO DE GALLO. DIOS MIO, ESTO ES BUENO! $8.95

CINNAMON ROLL FRENCH TOAST – WE HAD LUCY’S BAKERY MAKE A CINNAMON ROLL LOAF, SLICED THICK, TOPPED WITH POWDERED SUGAR AND VANILLA GLAZE. $7.95

POT ROAST SANDWICH – OUR SAVORY POT ROAST TOPPED WITH CARAMELIZED ONIONS SERVED ON A FRENCH BUN WITH A SIDE OF HORSERADISH SAUCE.  PAIRED WITH KETTLE CHIPS.  $9.50

SOUP OF THE DAY – CHICKEN AND BISCUITS   BOWL $5.5   BREAD BOWL $6.5

PIE Á LA MODE – CHERRY OR APPLE $3.95

Chef’s Features

Chef’s Features    

October 24th & 25th                                         

Carmel Sunrise – Agave wine, orange juice, strawberry    $6

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls – Served with your choice of warm honey or vanilla glaze.     $2.95   or share a plate of four     $10.00

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – A toasted and buttered “everything” bagel.  Served with roasted jalapeno and bacon cream cheese.    $2.95

Bacon Tomato Butter Toast – Toasted sourdough topped with fresh tomatoes, crispy bacon and butter.  $3.95

The October Pancake – Pumpkin Cinnamon Streusel:  Pumpkin pancake topped with cinnamon streusel and whipped cream.     $6.95

Today’s Quiche – Sausage:  Elk, pork, turkey, chorizo, and Italian sausage with cheddar and basil.  Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.     $9.50

The Skinny Farmer – Two over-easy eggs served atop a roasted vegetable hash with summer squash, zucchini, red peppers, mushrooms, onions, potatoes, and fresh herbs.  Served with warm buttermilk biscuit.   $8.95

Egg in the Nest – Two warm buttermilk biscuits with the centers cut out and an egg fried in each.   Topped with fresh sausage gravy and cheddar cheese.    $9.50

Turkey-Mushroom Melt – Savory bratwurst and sauerkraut served on a hoagie with a side of spicy mustard and  kettle chips.   $6.95

Soup of the Day – Chicken  Cacciatore  bowl   $5.5   bread bowl   $6.5

Pie á la Mode – Cherry or Apple    $3.95

 

ADVISORY:  DUE TO THE CURRENT OUTBREAK OF AVIAN FLU IN THE U.S., EGG PRICES ARE SOARING.  MANY EGG-LAYING HENS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED OR QUARANTINED. 

TO BATTLE THIS ISSUE, WE HAVE PLACED A SMALL ADDITIONAL CHARGE TO ALL EGGS AND EGG DISHES.  THIS INCREASE IS TEMPORARY AND WE ARE HOPING TO REMOVE IT BY THE END OF THE YEAR.  PLEASE ASK YOUR SERVER FOR DETAILS.

Chef’s Features

Chef’s Features

October 17th & 18th                                            

Carmel Sunrise:  Agave wine, orange juice, strawberry    $6

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls:  Served with your choice of warm honey or vanilla glaze   $2.95   or share a

plate of four     $10.00

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel: A toasted and buttered “everything” bagel.  Served with roasted jalapeno and bacon cream cheese.    $2.95

Bacon Tomato Butter Toast: Toasted sourdough topped with fresh tomatoes, crispy bacon and butter.   $3.95

The October Pancake:  Pumpkin Cinnamon Streusel- Pumpkin pancake topped with cinnamon streusel and whipped cream.     $6.95

Today’s Quiche:  Garlic Herb and Cheese-  Roasted garlic, cheddar, white cheddar, Parmesan, and fresh herbs from our garden.  Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.    $9.50

Elk Sausage Gravy and Biscuits:  Warm buttermilk biscuits topped with savory elk sausage gravy made with fresh sage from our garden!    $8.95

Breakfast in Burma:  Two eggs scrambled with pepper & onions, topped with cheddar cheese, fresh tomato chutney, and Sriracha-cream sauce.  Served with braised lentils and a warm flat-bread.   $9.95    Lentils contain beef

Monte Cristo:  Our hand-sliced roasted turkey breast, ham, and Swiss. Served on French toast-style sourdough and dusted lightly with powdered sugar, with fresh raspberry sauce and kettle chips.  $9.95

Soup of the Day:  French Onion    bowl   $5.5   bread bowl   $6.5

Pie á la Mode:  Cherry or Apple   $3.95

ADVISORYDUE TO THE CURRENT OUTBREAK OF AVIAN FLU IN THE U.S., EGG PRICES ARE SOARING.  MANY EGG-LAYING HENS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED OR QUARANTINED. 

TO BATTLE THIS ISSUE, WE HAVE PLACED A SMALL ADDITIONAL CHARGE TO ALL EGGS AND EGG DISHES.  THIS INCREASE IS TEMPORARY AND WE ARE HOPING TO REMOVE IT BY THE END OF THE YEAR.  PLEASE ASK YOUR SERVER FOR DETAILS.

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Features   

October 3rd &  4th                                         

Carmel Sunrise – Agave wine, orange juice, strawberry    $6

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls – Served with your choice of warm honey or vanilla glaze  $2.95  or share a plate of      four  $10.00

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – A toasted and buttered “everything” bagel. Served with roasted jalapeno and bacon cream cheese    $2.95

Pesto Bacon Tomato Toast – Toasted sourdough topped with fresh tomatoes, crispy bacon, and pesto made with herbs from our garden   $3.95

The October Pancake – Pumpkin Cinnamon Streusel: Pumpkin pancake topped with cinnamon streusel and whipped cream     $6.95

Today’s Quiche – Sausage, Peppers and Onions:  Caramelized onions, red and green peppers, smoked sausage, and Parmesan.  Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust   $9.50

The Carnivore – Two over-easy eggs served with elk sausage, cracked-pepper bacon, Canadian bacon, cheddar-onion hash browns and a buttermilk biscuit    $10.95

Elk Sausage Gravy and Biscuits – Warm buttermilk biscuits topped with savory elk sausage gravy made with fresh sage from our garden!    $8.95

Carolina Reuben – Our hand-sliced roasted turkey breast, tangy coleslaw, sliced Swiss, and our homemade smoky island sauce. Served on grilled marble rye served with kettle chips $9.95 substitute loaded potato salad $0.95

Soup of the Day – Swiss Mushroom     bowl   $5.5   bread bowl   $6.5

Pie á la Mode – Cherry or Apple    $3.95

The country is experiencing the worst outbreak of avian flu in its history.

The flu’s effects have hit egg-laying hens particularly hard. It’s estimated that 15% of our country’s egg-producing birds have been killed.

This means egg prices are skyrocketing for both businesses and consumers.

To battle this issue, we are placing a small additional charge to all eggs and egg dishes.  This increase will be temporary and will be removed as soon as this crisis comes to an end.  We do have egg-whites upon request.  Please ask your server for details.

Chef’s Features

Chef’s Features   

September 26th & 27th, 2015                                        

Sanibel Screwdriver – Petrov Reserve, Orange Juice, Strawberry    $6

Pumpkin Latte    $4

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls – Served with your choice of warm honey or vanilla glaze   $2.95   or share a plate of four     $10.00

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – A toasted and buttered “everything” bagel.  Served with roasted jalapeno and bacon cream cheese.    $2.95

Blue Cheese and Honey Toast – Toasted, thick-sliced French bread, topped blue cheese and drizzled with  honey.    $3.95

The September Pancake – Apple Crisp    filled with baked apples and topped with cinnamon glaze, crispy crumble, and whipped cream.     $6.95

Today’s Quiche – Carmel Cowboy   bbq chicken, caramelized onions, smoked bacon, and cheddar cheese.  Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.   $9.50

California Scramble – An English muffin topped with scrambled eggs, white cheddar, tomatoes, green and red onions, Sriracha cream, and fresh avocado.   $9.95

Eggs Étouffée – a split buttermilk biscuit topped with shrimp and smoked sausage Étouffée and two over-easy eggs.    $8.95   (can be made without shrimp)

Carolina Reuben – our hand-sliced roasted turkey breast, tangy coleslaw, sliced Swiss, and our homemade smoky island sauce served on grilled marble rye.  Served with kettle chips $9.95 substitute loaded potato salad. $0.95

Soup of the Day – Beef Stew     bowl   $5.5   bread bowl   $6.5

The country is experiencing the worst outbreak of avian flu in its history.

The flu’s effects have hit egg-laying hens particularly hard. It’s estimated that 15% of our country’s egg-producing birds have been killed.

This means egg prices are skyrocketing for both businesses and consumers.

To battle this issue, we are placing a small additional charge to all eggs and egg dishes.  This increase will be temporary and will be removed as soon as this crisis comes to an end.  We do have egg-whites upon request.  Please ask your server for details.

CHEF’S FEATURES

CHEFS FEATURES

September 19th and 20th

CARMEL SUNRISE AGAVE WINE, ORANGE JUICE, STRAWBERRY $6

HOMEMADE WHITE SANGRIA $4

PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

LUCYS CINNAMON ROLLS – SERVED WITH YOUR CHOICE OF WARM HONEY OR VANILLA GLAZE $2.95 OR SHARE A PLATE OF FOUR FOR $10.00

LUCYS “WORKS” BAGEL – A TOASTED AND BUTTERED “EVERYTHING” BAGEL, SERVED WITH ROASTED GARLIC AND SUNDRIED TOMATO CREAM CHEESE $2.95

TOMATO-BASIL TOAST – TOASTED SOURDOUGH BRUSHED LIGHTLY WITH GARLIC BUTTER, TOPPED WITH SLICED TOMATO, CRUMBLED FETA, AND FRESH BASIL FROM OUR GARDEN, DRIZZLED WITH OLIVE OIL $3.95

THE SEPTEMBER PANCAKE – APPLE CRISP FILLED WITH BAKED APPLES AND TOPPED WITH CINNAMON GLAZE, CRISPY CRUMBLE, AND WHIPPED CREAM $6.95

TODAY’S QUICHE – COWBOY CARAMELIZED ONIONS, SMOKED BACON, AND CHEDDAR MIXED WITH AN EGG CUSTARD AND BAKED IN A PASTRY CRUST $9.50

HUEVOS RANCHEROS DIOS MIO, ESTO ES BUENO! TWO OVER-EASY EGGS SERVED WITH FRIED POTATOES, CHEF MICAH’S REFRIED BEANS WITH WHITE CHEDDAR, AND FRESH PICO DE GALLO $7.95

THE SKINNY FARMER – TWO OVER-EASY EGGS SERVED ATOP A ROASTED VEGETABLE HASH WITH SUMMER SQUASH, ZUCCHINI, RED PEPPERS, MUSHROOMS, POTATOES, AND FRESH HERBS, SERVED WITH WARM BUTTERMILK BISCUIT $8.95

THE POPPER SANDWICH – ROASTED JALAPENO PEPPERS, CHEDDAR, CREAM CHEESE, AND CRISPY BACON ON GRILLED SOURDOUGH SERVED WITH KETTLE CHIPS $7.95 SUBSTITUTE POTATO SALAD $O.95

SOUP OF THE DAY – CHICKEN & BISCUITS BOWL $5.50 BREAD BOWL $6.50

THE COUNTRY IS EXPERIENCING THE WORST OUTBREAK OF AVIAN FLU IN ITS HISTORY.

THE FLUS EFFECTS HAVE HIT EGGLAYING HENS PARTICULARLY HARD. ITS ESTIMATED THAT 15% OF OUR COUNTRYS EGGPRODUCING BIRDS HAVE BEEN KILLED.

THIS MEANS EGG PRICES ARE SKYROCKETING FOR BOTH BUSINESSES AND CONSUMERS.

TO BATTLE THIS ISSUE, WE ARE PLACING A SMALL ADDITIONAL CHARGE TO ALL EGGS AND EGG DISHES. THIS INCREASE WILL BE TEMPORARY AND WILL BE REMOVED AS SOON AS THIS CRISIS COMES TO AN END. WE DO HAVE EGGWHITES UPON REQUEST. PLEASE ASK YOUR SERVER FOR DETAILS

Chef’s Features

Chef’s Features                                               

September 12th & 13th , 2015 

Carmel Sunrise – agave wine, orange juice, strawberry    $6

Homemade White Sangria    $4

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls – served with your choice of warm honey or vanilla glaze   $2.95   or share a plate of four for $10.00

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – a toasted and buttered “everything” bagel, served with roasted garlic and sundried tomato cream cheese    $2.95

Bleu Tomato Toast – toasted multigrain topped grilled tomatoes and crumbled bleu cheese     $3.95

The September Pancake – Apple Crisp    filled with baked apples and topped with cinnamon glaze, crispy crumble, and whipped cream     $6.95

Today’s Quiche – Peppers and Onions   roasted red and green peppers, onions, and Parmesan mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust   $9.50

 Morning Monte – stuffed with sliced ham, fried eggs, and melted cheddar, this sandwich is French toasted and dusted with powdered sugar, served with raspberry jam and a side of fried potatoes    $8.95

Egg in the Nest – two warm buttermilk biscuits with the centers cut out and an egg fried medium in each, topped with fresh sausage gravy and cheddar cheese    $9.50

The Popper Sandwich – roasted jalapeno peppers, cheddar, cream cheese, and crispy bacon on grilled sourdough

served with kettle chips $7.95 substitute potato salad $o.95

 Soup of the Day – Swiss Mushroom     bowl   $5.5   bread bowl   $6.5

The country is experiencing the worst outbreak of avian flu in its history.

The flu’s effects have hit egg-laying hens particularly hard. It’s estimated that 15% of our country’s egg-producing birds have been killed.

This means egg prices are skyrocketing for both businesses and consumers.

To battle this issue, we are placing a small additional charge to all eggs and egg dishes.  This increase will be temporary and will be removed as soon as this crisis comes to an end.  We do have egg-whites upon request.  Please ask your server for details.

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Features

September 5th & 6TH , 2015                              

CARMEL SUNRISE – AGAVE WINE, ORANGE JUICE, STRAWBERRY $6

HOMEMADE WHITE SANGRIA $4

PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

LUCY’S CINNAMON ROLLS – SERVED WITH YOUR CHOICE OF WARM HONEY OR VANILLA GLAZE $2.95 OR SHARE A PLATE OF FOUR FOR $10.00

LUCY’S “WORKS” BAGEL – A TOASTED AND BUTTERED “EVERYTHING” BAGEL. SERVED WITH ROASTED GARLIC AND SUNDRIED TOMATO CREAM CHEESE. $2.95

YOGURT-GRANOLA TOAST – TOASTED MULTIGRAIN TOPPED WITH CREAMY VANILLA YOGURT AND OUR HOUSE-MADE GRANOLA. $3.95

THE SEPTEMBER PANCAKE – APPLE CRISP FILLED WITH BAKED APPLES AND TOPPED WITH CINNAMON GLAZE, CRISPY CRUMBLE, AND WHIPPED CREAM. $6.95

TODAY’S QUICHE – SPINACH PIE ROASTED RED PEPPERS, MUSHROOMS, SPINACH, AND SWISS. MIXED WITH AN EGG CUSTARD AND BAKED IN A PASTRY CRUST. $9.50

THE SPICY CLUCKER – TWO OVER-EASY EGGS ATOP A SPICY CHORIZO HASH TOPPED WITH WHITE CHEDDAR.  SERVED WITH A WARM FLOUR TORTILLA. $10.95

I LIKE TURKEY – TWO STRIPS OF TURKEY BACON, TWO TURKEY SAUSAGE LINKS, AND A GRILLED SLICE OF OUR ROASTED TURKEY BREAST. SERVED WITH TWO EGGS SCRAMBLED EGGS AND A WARM BUTTERMILK BISCUIT. $7.95

BRATWURST AND ONION – TWO ROASTED BRATWURSTS TOPPED WITH GRILLED ONIONS SERVED ON A WARM HOAGIE ROLL (SPICY MUSTARD UPON REQUEST). SERVED WITH KETTLE CHIPS $7.95 SUBSTITUTE LOADED POTATO SALAD. $O.95

SOUP OF THE DAY – CHICKEN CORDON BLEU BOWL $5.5 BREAD BOWL $6.5

 

THE COUNTRY IS EXPERIENCING THE WORST OUTBREAK OF AVIAN FLU IN ITS HISTORY.

THE FLUS EFFECTS HAVE HIT EGGLAYING HENS PARTICULARLY HARD. ITS ESTIMATED THAT 15% OF OUR COUNTRYS EGGPRODUCING BIRDS HAVE BEEN KILLED. ANOTHER 10% ARE OFFLINE,” MEANING THEY ARENT PRODUCING.

THIS MEANS EGG PRICES ARE SKYROCKETING FOR BOTH BUSINESSES AND CONSUMERS.

TO BATTLE THIS ISSUE, WE ARE PLACING A SMALL ADDITIONAL CHARGE TO ALL EGGS AND EGG DISHES. THIS INCREASE WILL BE TEMPORARY AND WILL BE REMOVED AS SOON AS THIS CRISIS COMES TO AN END. WE DO HAVE EGGWHITES UPON REQUEST. PLEASE ASK YOUR SERVER FOR DETAILS. tails.

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Features      

August 29th & 30th, 2015                                        

The Matador – agave wine, pineapple, lime    $6

Homemade White Sangria    $4

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls – Served with your choice of warm honey or vanilla glaze.  $2.95  or share a plate of four for $10.00

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – A toasted and buttered “everything” bagel, served with roasted garlic and sun-dried tomato cream cheese.   $2.95

Yogurt-Granola Toast – Toasted multigrain topped with creamy vanilla yogurt and our house-made granola.  $3.95

The August Pancake: Key Lime Pie –  A slightly tart Key lime pancake topped with Key lime glaze and whipped cream.  $6.95

Today’s Quiche: Sausage, Peppers, and Onions – Italian sausage, roasted green and red

peppers, onions, and parmesan mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust and topped with fresh pomodoro sauce   $9.50

 Elk Sausage Gravy and Biscuits – Warm buttermilk biscuits topped with savory elk sausage gravy made with fresh sage from our garden!    $8.95

Huevos Rancheros: Dios mio, esto es bueno!  – Two over-easy eggs served with fried potatoes, crumbled chorizo, Chef Micah’s refried beans with white cheddar, and fresh Pico de Gallo.  $7.95

Bratwurst and Onion – roasted bratwurst topped with grilled onions served on a warm hoagie roll (spicy mustard upon request).  Served with kettle chips   $7.95   substitute loaded potato salad    $o.95

Soup of the Day – Chicken Florentine     bowl   $5.5   bread bowl   $6.5

The country is experiencing the worst outbreak of avian flu in its history.

The flu’s effects have hit egg-laying hens particularly hard. It’s estimated that 15% of our country’s egg-producing birds have been killed. Another 10% are “offline,” meaning they aren’t producing.

This means egg prices are skyrocketing for both businesses and consumers.

To battle this issue, we are placing a small additional charge to all eggs and egg dishes.  This increase will be temporary and will be removed as soon as this crisis comes to an end.  We do have egg-whites upon request. Please ask your server for details.

Weekend Features

Chef’s Features                                              

August 22nd & 23rd, 2015

The Matador – agave wine, pineapple, lime    $6

Homemade White Sangria    $4

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls – Served with your choice of warm honey or vanilla glaze $2.95  or share a plate of four for $10.00

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – A toasted and buttered “everything” bagel, served with roasted garlic and sun-dried tomato cream cheese.  $2.95

Tomato-Basil Toast – Toasted sourdough brushed lightly with garlic butter, topped with sliced tomato, crumbled feta, and fresh basil from our garden, drizzled with olive oil.  $3.95

The August Pancake – Key Lime Pie  A slightly tart Key lime pancake topped with Key lime glaze and whipped cream.  $6.95

Today’s Quiche – Italian   Italian sausage, pepperoni, green peppers, mushrooms, onions, garlic, and parmesan mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust and topped with a fresh pomodoro sauce.  $9.50

 The Carnivore – two over-easy eggs served with our house-cured bacon, elk sausage, Canadian bacon, cheddar-onion hash browns and a buttermilk biscuit.  $10.95

 Breakfast in Burma – two eggs scrambled with pepper & onions, topped with cheddar cheese, fresh tomato chutney, and Sriracha-cream sauce. Served with braised lentils and grilled flat bread.  $9.95  lentils contain beef

The Carmel Sandwich – hand-sliced roasted turkey breast, sun-dried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese, crispy bacon, and fresh romaine on toasted multi-grain.  Served with kettle chips.   $9.95 substitute loaded potato salad   $0.95

Soup of the Day – Broccoli Cheese     bowl   $5.5   bread bowl   $6.5

The country is experiencing the worst outbreak of avian flu in its history.

The flu’s effects have hit egg-laying hens particularly hard. It’s estimated that 15% of our country’s egg-producing birds have been killed. Another 10% are “offline,” meaning they aren’t producing.

This means egg prices are skyrocketing for both businesses and consumers.

To battle this issue, we are placing a small additional charge to all eggs and egg dishes.  This increase will be temporary and will be removed as soon as this crisis comes to an end.  We do have egg-whites upon request.  Please ask your server for details.

Chef’s Features

Chef’s Features

August 15th & 16th                                              

 The Matador – agave wine, pineapple, lime    $6

Homemade White Sangria    $4

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls – served with your choice of warm honey or vanilla glaze.  $2.95  or share a plate of four for $10.00

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – a toasted and buttered “everything” bagel, served with roasted garlic and sun-dried tomato cream cheese.  $2.95

Strawberry-Basil – toasted sourdough topped with basil from our garden and fresh strawberries.  $3.95

The August Pancake – Key Lime Pie    a slightly tart Key lime pancake topped with Key lime glaze and whipped cream.  $6.95

Today’s Quiche –  ♪♫♪Three Little Birds♪♫♪   roasted turkey breast, turkey bacon, onions, garlic, and parmesan mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  $9.50

 California Scramble – an English muffin topped with scrambled eggs, white cheddar, tomatoes, green and red onions, Sriracha cream, and fresh avocado.  $9.95

The Skinny Farmer – two over-easy eggs served atop a roasted vegetable hash with summer squash, zucchini, red peppers, mushrooms, potatoes, and fresh herbs, served with warm buttermilk biscuit.  $8.95

Elk Sausage Gravy and Biscuits – warm buttermilk biscuits topped with savory elk sausage gravy made with fresh sage from our garden!   $8.95

Carolina Reuben – our hand-sliced roasted turkey breast, tangy coleslaw, sliced Swiss, and our homemade smoky island sauce served on grilled marble rye.  Served with kettle chips.  $9.95 S ubstitute loaded potato salad  $0.95

Soup of the Day –   Roasted Cauliflower     bowl   $5.5   bread bowl   $6.5

 

The country is experiencing the worst outbreak of avian flu in its history.

The flu’s effects have hit egg-laying hens particularly hard. It’s estimated that 15% of our country’s egg-producing birds have been killed. Another 10% are “offline,” meaning they aren’t producing.

This means egg prices are skyrocketing for both businesses and consumers.

To battle this issue, we are placing a small additional charge to all eggs and egg dishes.  This increase will be temporary and will be removed as soon as this crisis comes to an end.  We do have egg-whites upon request.  Please ask your server for details.

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Weekend Features

August 8th & 9th , 2015                                             

The Matador – agave wine, pineapple, lime    $6

Homemade White Sangria    $4

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls – served with your choice of warm honey or vanilla glaze. $2.95 or share a plate of four for $10.00

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – a toasted and buttered “everything” bagel, served with bacon-jalapeno cream cheese. $2.95

Strawberry-Basil – toasted sourdough topped with basil from our garden and fresh strawberries.  $3.95

The August Pancake – Key Lime Pie a slightly tart Key lime pancake topped with Key lime glaze and whipped cream.  $6.95

Today’s Quiche – Chorizo, Jalapeno, and Cream Cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. $9.50

Shrimp and Grits – smoked provolone grits topped with hickory-smoked bacon, seared shrimp, green onions, and a sunny-side up egg. $11.95

Café Scotsman – a split buttermilk biscuit topped with a Scotch egg, sausage gravy and cheddar cheese. $9.95

Pork Tenderloin with Cherry Sauce – sliced herb-crusted pork tenderloin topped with a cherry-balsamic reduction and served with herb-roasted potatoes. $9.95

Roasted Turkey BLT – hand-sliced roasted turkey breast, crispy bacon, fresh romaine and tomatoes, with mayo on grilled sourdough served with kettle chips. $9.95 substitute loaded potato salad $0.95

Soup of the Day –   Golden Mushroom   bowl $5.5   bread bowl $6.5

 

The country is experiencing the worst outbreak of avian flu in its history.

The flu’s effects have hit egg-laying hens particularly hard. It’s estimated that 15% of our country’s egg-producing birds have been killed. Another 10% are “offline,” meaning they aren’t producing.

This means egg prices are skyrocketing for both businesses and consumers.

To battle this issue, we are placing a small additional charge to all eggs and egg dishes.  This increase will be temporary and will be removed as soon as this crisis comes to an end.  We do have egg-whites upon request.  Please ask your server for details.

CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES

CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES

August 1 & 2, 2015

THE MATADOR – AGAVE WINE, PINEAPPLE, LIME $6
HOMEMADE WHITE SANGRIA $4
PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

LUCY’S CINNAMON ROLLS – SERVED WITH YOUR CHOICE OF WARM HONEY OR VANILLA GLAZE $2.95
OR SHARE A PLATE OF FOUR FOR $10.00

LUCY’S “WORKS” BAGEL – A TOASTED AND BUTTERED “EVERYTHING” BAGEL, SERVED WITH BACON-
JALAPENO CREAM CHEESE $2.95

BLT TOAST – TOASTED MULTIGRAIN TOPPED WITH SHREDDED LETTUCE, DICED TOMATO, MAYO, AND
CRISPY BACON. $3.95

THE AUGUST PANCAKE – KEY LIME PIE A SLIGHTLY TART KEY LIME PANCAKE TOPPED WITH
KEY LIME GLAZE AND WHIPPED CREAM $6.95

TODAY’S QUICHE – ROASTED MUSHROOM, ASPARAGUS, BACON AND SWISS. MIXED WITH AN EGG CUSTARD AND BAKED IN A PASTRY CRUST $9.50

ELK SAUSAGE GRAVY AND BISCUITS – WARM BUTTERMILK BISCUITS TOPPED WITH SAVORY ELK SAUSAGE GRAVY WITH FRESH SAGE FROM OUR GARDEN! $8.95

STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE FRENCH TOAST – ENGLISH MUFFINS BATTERED, GRILLED, AND TOPPED
WITH FRESH STRAWBERRIES TOSSED WITH LEMON-SUGAR, WHIPPED CREAM, DRIZZLED WITH HONEY, $8.95

SMOKED SALMON SCRAMBLE – TWO EGGS SCRAMBLED WITH SMOKED SALMON AND FRESH CHIVES,
SERVED WITH FRIED POTATOES AND AN TOASTED ENGLISH MUFFIN $10.95

CHICAGO STEAK SANDWICH – SEASONED ROAST BEEF, BALSAMIC ONIONS, BLU CHEESE, ON
GRILLED SOURDOUGH SERVED WITH KETTLE CHIPS $9.95 SUBSTITUTE LOADED POTATO SALAD $0.95
SOUP OF THE DAY – MULLIGATAWNY BOWL $5.5 BREAD BOWL $6.5
THE COUNTRY IS EXPERIENCING THE WORST OUTBREAK OF AVIAN FLU IN ITS HISTORY. THE FLU’S EFFECTS HAVE HIT EGG-LAYING HENS PARTICULARLY HARD. IT’S ESTIMATED THAT 15% OF OUR COUNTRY’S EGG-PRODUCING BIRDS HAVE BEEN KILLED. ANOTHER 10% ARE “OFFLINE,” MEANING THEY AREN’T PRODUCING. THIS MEANS EGG PRICES ARE SKYROCKETING FOR BOTH BUSINESSES AND CONSUMERS. TO BATTLE THIS ISSUE, WE ARE PLACING A SMALL ADDITIONAL CHARGE TO ALL EGGS AND EGG DISHES. THIS INCREASE WILL BE TEMPORARY AND WILL BE REMOVED AS SOON AS THIS CRISIS COMES TO AN END. WE DO HAVE EGG-WHITES UPON REQUEST. PLEASE ASK YOUR SERVER FOR DETAILS.

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Weekend Features                                                  

The Matador – agave wine, pineapple, lime    $6

Homemade White Sangria    $4

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls – Served with your choice of warm honey or vanilla glaze.  $2.95

Or share a plate of four for $10.00

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – A toasted and buttered “everything” bagel, served with bacon-jalapeno cream cheese.   $2.95

BLT Toast – Toasted multigrain topped with shredded lettuce, diced tomato, mayo, and crispy bacon.   $3.95

The July Pancake – S’more Pancake graham-cracker pancake with chocolate chips and marshmallow sauce .  $6.95

Today’s Quiche – Five Cheese  cheddar, Swiss, muenster, feta, and Parmesan mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.     $9.50

Ojo de Porcino “Eye of the Pig” Omelet – A three-egg omelet stuffed with chorizo, black beans, and white cheddar, topped with fresh Pico de Gallo.  Served with fried potatoes    $9.50

Smoked Salmon Scramble – Two scrambled eggs served with a smoked salmon fillet,  grilled asparagus, and an English muffin.    $14.00

Egg in the Nest – Two warm buttermilk biscuits with the centers cut out and an egg fried in each, topped with fresh sausage gravy and cheddar cheese.    $9.50

Carolina Reuben – Our hand-sliced roasted turkey breast, tangy Cole slaw, sliced Swiss, and our homemade smoky island sauce served on grilled marble rye. Served with kettle chips $9.95 substitute loaded potato salad. $0.95

Soup of the Day –   Cheesesteak    bowl $5.5   bread bowl $6.5

The country is experiencing the worst outbreak of avian flu in its history.

The flu’s effects have hit egg-laying hens particularly hard. It’s estimated that 15% of our country’s egg-producing birds have been killed. Another 10% are “offline,” meaning they aren’t producing.

This means egg prices are skyrocketing for both businesses and consumers.

To battle this issue, we are placing a small additional charge to all eggs and egg dishes.  This increase will be temporary and will be removed as soon as this crisis comes to an end.  We do have egg-whites upon request.  Please ask your server for details.

Chef’s Weekend Features

CHEFS WEEKEND FEATURES

THE MATADOR AGAVE WINE, PINEAPPLE, LIME $6

HOMEMADE WHITE SANGRIA $4

PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

LUCYS CINNAMON ROLLS – SERVED WITH YOUR CHOICE OF WARM HONEY OR VANILLA GLAZE $2.95 OR SHARE A PLATE OF FOUR FOR $10.00

LUCYS “WORKS” BAGEL – A TOASTED AND BUTTERED “EVERYTHING” BAGEL, SERVED WITH BACON- JALAPENO CREAM CHEESE $2.95

BACON-MAPLE-BLUEBERRY TOAST – TOASTED MULTI-GRAIN TOPPED WITH MAPLE-CREAM CHEESE, CRISPY BACON, AND FRESH BLUEBERRIES $3.95

THE JULY PANCAKE – S’MORE PANCAKE GRAHAM-CRACKER PANCAKE WITH CHOCOLATE CHIPS AND MARSHMALLOW SAUCE $6.95

TODAY’S QUICHE – ROASTED GARLICHOKE ROASTED ARTICHOKE HEARTS, GARLIC, AND PARMESAN MIXED WITH AN EGG CUSTARD AND BAKED IN A PASTRY CRUST $9.50

THE SPICY CLUCKER – SPICY CHORIZO HASH TOPPED WITH WHITE CHEDDAR, CHIPOTLE CREAM SAUCE, AND TWO OVER-EASY EGGS, SERVED WITH A WARM FLOUR TORTILLA $10.95

BREAKFAST IN BURMA – TWO EGGS SCRAMBLED WITH PEPPERS & ONIONS, TOPPED WITH CHEDDAR CHEESE, FRESH TOMATO CHUTNEY, AND SRIRACHA-CREAM SAUCE SERVED WITH BRAISED LENTILS AND GRILLED FLAT BREAD $9.95 LENTILS CONTAIN BEEF

CAROLINA REUBEN – OUR HAND-SLICED ROASTED TURKEY BREAST, TANGY COLE SLAW, SLICED SWISS, AND OUR HOMEMADE SMOKY ISLAND SAUCE SERVED ON GRILLED MARBLE RYE. SERVED WITH KETTLE CHIPS $9.95 SUBSTITUTE LOADED POTATO SALAD $0.95

SOUP OF THE DAY – SMOKED PAPRIKA AND RUTABAGA BOWL $5.5 BREAD BOWL $6.5

 

THE COUNTRY IS EXPERIENCING THE WORST OUTBREAK OF AVIAN FLU IN ITS HISTORY. THE FLU’S EFFECTS HAVE HIT EGG-LAYING HENS PARTICULARLY HARD. IT’S ESTIMATED THAT 15% OF OUR COUNTRY’S EGG-PRODUCING BIRDS HAVE BEEN KILLED. ANOTHER 10% ARE “OFFLINE,” MEANING THEY AREN’T PRODUCING. THIS MEANS EGG PRICES ARE SKYROCKETING FOR BOTH BUSINESSES AND CONSUMERS. TO BATTLE THIS ISSUE, WE ARE PLACING A SMALL ADDITIONAL CHARGE TO ALL EGGS AND EGG DISHES. THIS INCREASE WILL BE TEMPORARY AND WILL BE REMOVED AS SOON AS THIS CRISIS COMES TO AN END. WE DO HAVE EGG-WHITES UPON REQUEST. PLEASE ASK YOUR SERVER FOR DETAILS.

CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES

CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES

JULY 11 & 12, 2015

THE MATADOR AGAVE WINE, PINEAPPLE, LIME $6

HOMEMADE WHITE SANGRIA $4

PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

LUCYS CINNAMON ROLLS – SERVED WITH YOUR CHOICE OF WARM HONEY OR VANILLA GLAZE.   $2.95

OR SHARE A PLATE OF FOUR FOR $10.00

LUCYS “WORKS” BAGEL – A TOASTED AND BUTTERED “EVERYTHING” BAGEL, SERVED WITH BACON-

JALAPENO CREAM CHEESE. $2.95

HONEY-STRAWBERRY TOAST – TOASTED SOURDOUGH LIGHTLY BUTTERED AND TOPPED WITH

FRESHLY SLICED STRAWBERRIES AND WARM HONEY.  $3.95

THE JULY PANCAKE – S’MORE PANCAKE GRAHAM-CRACKER PANCAKE WITH CHOCOLATE CHIPS AND

MARSHMALLOW SAUCE.  $6.95

TODAY’S QUICHE – SAUSAGE, PEPPERS AND ONIONS SMOKED SAUSAGE, GRILLED GREEN AND RED

PEPPERS, SPANISH ONIONS, WITH PARMESAN. MIXED WITH AN EGG CUSTARD AND BAKED IN A PASTRY CRUST.  $9.50

BREAKFAST IN BAJA – A SPLIT BUTTERMILK BISCUIT TOPPED WITH SCRAMBLED EGGS, CHEDDAR

CHEESE, AVOCADO-SURIMI SALSA, AND CHIPOTLE CREAM SAUCE.  $8.95

JOHNNY CANUCK – GRILLED CANADIAN BACON, TWO OVER-HARD EGGS, FRESH TOMATO, AND SLICED

SWISS CHEESE SERVED ON A GRILLED CROISSANT WITH A SIDE OF FRIED POTATOES.  $8.95

ELK SAUSAGE GRAVY AND BISCUITS – WARM BUTTERMILK BISCUITS TOPPED WITH SAVORY ELK SAUSAGE

GRAVY.  ACCOMPANIED BY FRESH SAGE FROM OUR GARDEN!  $8.95

JALAPENO POPPER SANDWICH – PARMESAN-CRUSTED SOURDOUGH STUFFED WITH ROASTED JALAPENO

PEPPERS, CHEDDAR, CREAM CHEESE, AND CRISPY BACON.  SERVED WITH KETTLE CHIPS.  $7.95 SUBSTITUTE POTATO SALAD $O.95

SOUP OF THE DAY – PIZZA ITALIAN SAUSAGE, PEPPERONI, ONIONS, GREEN PEPPERS, GARLIC, AND

MUSHROOMS MAKE THIS SOUP A CAFÉ FAVORITE! BOWL $5.5 BREAD BOWL $6.5

 

THE COUNTRY IS EXPERIENCING THE WORST OUTBREAK OF AVIAN FLU IN ITS HISTORY.  THE FLU’S EFFECTS HAVE HIT EGG-LAYING HENS PARTICULARLY HARD. IT’S ESTIMATED THAT 15% OF OUR COUNTRY’S EGG-PRODUCING BIRDS HAVE BEEN KILLED. ANOTHER 10% ARE “OFFLINE,” MEANING THEY AREN’T PRODUCING.

THIS MEANS EGG PRICES ARE SKYROCKETING FOR BOTH BUSINESSES AND CONSUMERS.  TO BATTLE THIS ISSUE, WE ARE PLACING A SMALL ADDITIONAL CHARGE TO ALL EGGS AND EGG DISHES. THIS INCREASE WILL BE TEMPORARY AND WILL BE REMOVED AS SOON AS THIS CRISIS COMES TO AN END. WE DO HAVE EGG-WHITES UPON REQUEST. PLEASE ASK YOUR SERVER FOR DETAILS.

Happy Independence Day!

Chef’s Weekend Features  

Happy Independence Day!

Homemade White Sangria    $4

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

The July Pancake – S’more Pancake graham-cracker pancake with chocolate chips and marshmallow sauce.   $6.95

Today’s Quiche – Chicken Club   chicken, bacon, cheddar, and fresh tomatoes. Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.    $9.50

Tomato-Basil Toast – toasted sourdough brushed lightly with garlic butter, topped with sliced tomato, crumbled feta, and fresh basil from our garden, drizzled with olive oil.     $3.95

Ham & Egg Sandwich – a toasted “everything” bagel with two over-hard eggs, thin-sliced ham, and melted cheddar.    $8.95

Eggs Benedict – a grilled English muffin topped with Canadian bacon, poached eggs, and creamy hollandaise sauce.  Served with steamed broccoli   $10.50

Roast Beef Hash & Eggs – homemade roast beef hash topped with two over-easy eggs. Served with a warm buttermilk biscuit.    $9.95

Carolina Reuben – our hand-sliced roasted turkey breast, tangy Cole slaw, sliced Swiss, and our homemade smoky island sauce served on grilled marble rye.  Served with kettle chips $9.95 substitute loaded potato salad $0.95

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – a toasted and buttered “everything” bagel, served with bacon-jalapeno cream cheese    $2.95

Soup of the Day –   Chicken and Biscuits    bowl $5.5   bread bowl $6.5

The country is experiencing the worst outbreak of avian flu in its history.

The flu’s effects have hit egg-laying hens particularly hard. It’s estimated that 15% of our country’s egg-producing birds have been killed. Another 10% are “offline,” meaning they aren’t producing.

This means egg prices are skyrocketing for both businesses and consumers.

To battle this issue, we are placing a small additional charge to all eggs and egg dishes.  This increase will be temporary and will be removed as soon as this crisis comes to an end.  We do have egg-whites upon request.  Please ask your server for details.

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Weekend Features

June 27th & 28th 

Homemade White Sangria    $4

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

The June Pancake – Multigrain lightly dusted with powdered sugar and drizzled with warm honey.   $6.95

Today’s Quiche – Garden Vegetable: roasted summer squash, zucchini, tomato, garlic, and fresh herbs.  Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.     $9.50

Pesto-Avocado Toast – toasted sourdough topped with sliced avocado and basil pesto made with fresh herbs from our garden, drizzled with olive oil.     $3.95

Ham & Egg Sandwich – a toasted “everything” bagel with two over-hard eggs, thin-sliced ham, and melted cheddar.    $8.95

 Buenos Dias Quesadilla – a tomato, spinach, or jalapeno-cheese flour tortilla, grilled with scrambled eggs, chorizo, pepper-jack and white cheddar, served with fresh Pico de Gallo, guacamole, and sour cream.    $8.95

 The Skinny Farmer – two over-easy eggs served atop a roasted vegetable hash with summer squash, zucchini, red peppers, mushrooms, potatoes, and fresh herbs, served with a warm buttermilk biscuit.   $8.95

Elk Sausage Gravy and Biscuits – warm buttermilk biscuits topped with savory elk sausage gravy with fresh sage from our garden!   $8.95

Café Turkey Melt – our hand-sliced roasted turkey breast, fresh avocado, crispy bacon, and melted cheddar, served on grilled sourdough—excellent! Served with kettle chips. $9.95 substitute loaded potato salad $0.95

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – a toasted and buttered “everything” bagel, served with bacon-jalapeno cream cheese. $2.95

Soup of the Day – Garlic Chicken and Broccoli    bowl $5.5   bread bowl $6.5

The country is experiencing the worst outbreak of avian flu in its history.

The flu’s effects have hit egg-laying hens particularly hard. It’s estimated that 15% of our country’s egg-producing birds have been killed. Another 10% are “offline,” meaning they aren’t producing.

This means egg prices are skyrocketing for both businesses and consumers.

To battle this issue, we are placing a small additional charge to all eggs and egg dishes.  This increase will be temporary and will be removed as soon as this crisis comes to an end.  We do have egg-whites upon request.  Please ask your server for details.

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Weekend Features        

June 20th & 21st, 2015      

Happy Father’s Day!

Homemade White Sangria    $4

Melon Margarita    $6

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

The June Pancake – Multigrain lightly dusted with powdered sugar and drizzled with warm honey   $6.95

Today’s Quiche – Cheesesteak   seasoned roast beef, green peppers, onions, Swiss, and Parmesan, mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  $9.50

Bacon & Banana Toast – toasted multigrain topped Nutella, bacon, and bananas.   $3.95

The Breakfast Club – a fried egg, thinly-sliced ham, crispy bacon, lettuce and tomato served on toasted sourdough with seasoned mayo.    $9.50

 California Scramble – a grilled English muffin topped with scrambled eggs, white cheddar, diced tomatoes, red and green onions, Sriracha cream, and fresh avocado.    $9.50

 Jose Benedict – a warm, split buttermilk biscuit, topped with spicy chorizo, two over-easy eggs, and Mexican hollandaise ~Muy Bueno!   $9.50

Ultimate Grilled Cheese and Roast Beef Sandwich – parmesan crusted sourdough grilled with cheddar, Swiss, and muenster cheese, loaded with seasoned roast beef. Served with kettle chips. $9.50 substitute loaded potato salad $0.95

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – a toasted and buttered “everything” bagel, served with cilantro-jalapeno cream cheese.    $2.95

Soup of the Day – Italian Beef      bowl $5.50   bread bowl $6.50

 

The country is experiencing the worst outbreak of avian flu in its history.

The flu’s effects have hit egg-laying hens particularly hard. It’s estimated that 15% of our country’s egg-producing birds have been killed. Another 10% are “offline,” meaning they aren’t producing.

This means egg prices are skyrocketing for both businesses and consumers.

To battle this issue, we are placing a small additional charge to all eggs and egg dishes.  This increase will be temporary and will be removed as soon as this crisis comes to an end.  We will also not be able to provide egg-white dishes until our supplier replenish their stores of product. Please ask your server for details.

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Weekend Features   

June 13th & 14th. 2015    

Homemade White Sangria    $4

Cherry-Vanilla Latte    $4

The Melon Margarita    $6

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

The June Pancake – Multigrain lightly dusted with powdered sugar and drizzled with warm honey.   $6.95

Today’s Quiche – Canadian Bacon and Cheddar mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.     $8.95

Lemon Swirl Toast   toasted sourdough topped with butter, lemon and vanilla glaze.     $3.95

The Mushroom Egg Sandwich – a toasted “everything” bagel with two scrambled eggs, sautéed mushrooms and spinach, topped with melted Swiss.    $8.95

 Challah French Toast Bake – Lucy’s honey-white challah battered and baked to perfection, with a praline topping.    $7.95

 The Skinny Farmer – two over-easy eggs served atop a roasted vegetable hash with summer squash, zucchini, red peppers, mushrooms, potatoes, and fresh herbs, served with warm buttermilk biscuit.   $8.95

Jalapeno Popper Sandwich fresh sourdough grilled and stuffed with roasted jalapeno peppers, cheddar and cream cheese, and crispy bacon served with kettle chips $9.95 substitute potato salad. $o.95

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – a toasted and buttered “everything” bagel, served with cilantro- jalapeno cream cheese.    $2.95

Soup of the Day – Chunky Tomato-Basil  bowl $5.50   bread bowl $6.50

Please check out our delightful scones and muffins, decadent granola bars, and freshly baked Lucy’s Bakery breads.  Try our new Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls!!!

 

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Weekend Features

June 6th & 7th, 2015

Homemade Sangria    $4

The Agave Margarita    $6

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

The June Pancake – Multigrain lightly dusted with powdered sugar and drizzled with warm honey   $6.95

Today’s Quiche – Italian   a savory mix of Italian sausage, pepperoni, mushrooms, green peppers, and parmesan mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust     $8.95

Cottage Cheese with Cinnamon Sugar Toast   toasted cinnamon raisin topped with honey cottage cheese, cinnamon-sugar, and nutmeg    $3.95

Café Royale – a grilled English muffin topped with two over-easy eggs, tomato, bacon, red and green onions, and cheddar ale sauce served with steamed broccoli    $8.95

Elk Sausage Gravy and Biscuits – warm buttermilk biscuits topped with savory elk sausage gravy with fresh sage from our garden!   $8.95

Café Tuna Melt – our flavorful tuna salad served on grilled multigrain wheat with sliced tomato and melted cheddar cheese served with kettle chips $9.95 substitute potato salad $o.95

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – a toasted and buttered “everything” bagel, served with cilantro-jalapeno cream cheese    $2.95

Soup of the Day – Black Bean Chili bowl $5.50   bread bowl $6.50

Please check out our delightful scones and muffins, decadent granola bars, and freshly baked Lucy’s Bakery breads.  Try our new Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls!!!

 

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Weekend Features

May 30-31, 2015

 

Cherry Vanilla Latte   $4

Homemade Sangria    $4

The Agave Margarita    $6

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

 

The May Pancake – Lemon Poppy Seed topped with Vanilla Glaze    $6.95

 

Today’s Quiche – Roasted Vegetable  A savory mix of roasted mushrooms,summer squash, zucchini, garlic, sundried tomatoes, and parmesan . Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust    $8.95

 

Apple Bacon Toast – Toasted sourdough topped with vanilla yogurt butter.  Fresh sliced apples, crispy bacon, and maple syrup    $3.95

 

Eggs Benedict – A grilled English muffin topped with Canadian bacon, poached eggs, and creamy hollandaise sauce, served with steamed broccoli   $9.95

 

The Skinny Farmer –Two over-easy eggs served atop a roasted vegetable hash. Served with summer squash, zucchini, red peppers, mushrooms, potatoes, and fresh herbs, served with warm buttermilk biscuit   $8.95

 

Ultimate Roast Beef  Fresh Pan Cubano grilled and stuffed with roasted mushrooms, balsamic onions, Swiss and bleu cheese.  Ridiculous! Served with kettle chips $9.95 substitute potato salad $o.95

 

Soup of the Day – Chicken & Biscuits A creamy blend of fresh vegetables and chicken, loaded with buttermilk biscuits bowl $5.50 bread bowl $6.50

 

Please check out our delightful scones and muffins, decadent granola bars, and freshly baked Lucy’s Bakery breads.  Try our new Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls!!!

 

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Weekend Features

May 23-24, 2015

Cherry Vanilla Latte   $4

Homemade Sangria    $4

The Agave Margarita    $6

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini    $6

The May Pancake – Lemon Poppy Seed topped with Vanilla Glaze.   $6.95

Today’s Quiche – Roasted Mushroom, Garlic, Chicken, and Parmesan mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.    $8.95

Chocolate-Peanut Butter Cookie Toast toasted challah topped with creamy peanut butter, chocolate chips, and vanilla glaze.   $3.95

BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich grilled Texas toast stuffed with slow-roasted BBQ pulled pork, and Cole slaw served with kettle chips $9.95 substitute potato salad. $o.95

Bibimbap – a traditional Korean favorite!  two over-easy eggs served atop a variety of lightly sautéed vegetables and white rice.  Served with chili sauce.    $9.50

The Spicy Clucker – two over-easy eggs served atop a spicy chorizo hash topped with white cheddar and served with a warm flour tortilla.    $10.95

The “Popeye” – a toasted English muffin with scrambled egg-whites, white cheddar, sautéed spinach, and fresh sliced tomato.   $8.95

Soup of the Day –  Creole  a moderately spicy soup with onions, red and green peppers, tomatoes, and smoked sausage.  bowl $5.50, bread bowl $6.50

Please check out our delightful scones and muffins, decadent granola bars, and freshly baked Lucy’s Bakery breads.  Also, try our new Lucy’s Cinnamon Rolls!!!

 

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CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES MAY 16 & 17, 2015

CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES

MAY 16 & 17, 2015

HOMEMADE SANGRIA $4

THE AGAVE MARGARITA $6

PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

THE MAY PANCAKE – LEMON POPPY SEED TOPPED WITH VANILLA GLAZE $6.95

TODAY’S QUICHE – BROCCOLI, CHICKEN, AND CHEDDAR MIXED WITH AN EGG CUSTARD AND BAKED IN A PASTRY CRUST $8.95

MAPLE-BACON-BLUEBERRY TOAST TOASTED SOURDOUGH TOPPED WITH MAPLE CREAM CHEESE, CRISPY BACON, AND FRESH BLUEBERRIES $3.95

JALAPENO POPPER SANDWICH FRESH SOURDOUGH GRILLED AND STUFFED WITH ROASTED JALAPENO PEPPERS, CHEDDAR AND CREAM CHEESE SERVED WITH KETTLE CHIPS $9.95 SUBSTITUTE POTATO SALAD $O.95

EGG IN THE NEST – TWO WARM BUTTERMILK BISCUITS WITH THE CENTERS CUT OUT AND AN EGG FRIED IN EACH, TOPPED WITH FRESH SAUSAGE GRAVY AND CHEDDAR CHEESE $9.50

THE CARNIVORE – TWO OVER-EASY EGGS SERVED WITH ELK SAUSAGE, CRACKED-PEPPER BACON, CANADIAN BACON, CHEDDAR-ONION HASH BROWNS AND A BUTTERMILK BISCUIT $10.95

OJO DE PORCINO “EYE OF THE PIG” OMELET – A THREE-EGG OMELET STUFFED WITH CHORIZO, BLACK BEANS, AND WHITE CHEDDAR, TOPPED WITH FRESH PICO DE GALLO AND SERVED WITH FRIED POTATOES $9.50

SKINNY EGG SANDWICH – A TOASTED “EVERYTHING” BAGEL WITH SCRAMBLED EGG-WHITES, WHITE CHEDDAR, GRILLED CANADIAN BACON, AND FRESH SLICED TOMATO $8.95

SOUP OF THE DAY – SUMMER SQUASH AND CORN CHOWDER SUMMER SQUASH, ZUCCHINI, YELLOW CORN, BACON, AND CHEDDAR MAKE THIS SOUP A CREAMY DELIGHT! BOWL $5.50, BREAD BOWL $6.50 ASK YOUR SERVER ABOUT OUR TAKE HOME SOUPS! PINT $6.55, QUART $13.10

PLEASE CHECK OUT OUR DELIGHTFUL SCONES AND MUFFINS, DECADENT GRANOLA BARS, AND FRESHLY BAKED LUCY’S BAKERY BREADS. TRY OUR NEW LUCY’S CINNAMON ROLLS!!!

– THANK YOU FOR BEING OUR GUEST

HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY! CHEF’S FEATURES

HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!
CHEF’S FEATURES
MOTHER’S DAY WEEKEND
MAY 9&10, 2015

CHOCOLATE-COVERED CHERRY LATTE WITH WHIPPED CREAM $4

HOMEMADE SANGRIA $4

THE AGAVE MARGARITA $6

PEACH & POMEGRANATE CHAMPAGNE BELLINI $6

PANCAKE OF THE MONTH – LEMON POPPY SEED TOPPED WITH VANILLA GLAZE $6.95

TOAST OF THE WEEK – STRAWBERRY-POPPY ON CHALLAH TOASTED CHALLAH TOPPED WITH LEMON-POPPY CREAM CHEESE AND FRESHLY SLICED STRAWBERRIES $3.95

SOUP OF THE DAY – PIZZA SOUP SAVORY TOMATO-BASED SOUP WITH ITALIAN SAUSAGE AND PEPPERONI, ONION, GREEN PEPPER, MUSHROOM, GARLIC, AND PARMESAN
BOWL $5.50, BREAD BOWL $6.50
**ASK YOUR SERVER ABOUT OUR TAKE HOME SOUPS! PINT $6.55, QUART $13.10

QUICHE OF THE DAY – SUNDRIED TOMATO, SUMMER SQUASH, ZUCCHINI, AND PARMESAN MIXED WITH AN EGG CUSTARD AND BAKED IN A PASTRY CRUST $8.95

SANDWICH OF THE DAY – MEDIANOCHE URSULINO’S FRESH PAN CUBANO GRILLED AND STUFFED WITH HAM, MOJO PORK, SWISS, YELLOW MUSTARD AND SLICED PICKLES
SERVED WITH KETTLE CHIPS $9.95 SUBSTITUTE POTATO SALAD $O.95

CAFÉ HUEVOS CUBANO – TWO OVER-EASY EGGS AND MOJO-ROASTED PORK WITH CUBAN BLACK BEANS AND WHITE CHEDDAR, WITH PICO DE GALLO AND A WARM FLOUR TORTILLA $11.50

CAFÉ HAM & EGGS – TWO EGGS FRIED INSIDE A HALF-POUND HAM STEAK, TOPPED WITH CHEDDAR CHEESE AND SERVED WITH A BUTTERMILK BISCUIT $8.95

CLASSIC EGGS BENEDICT – TWO POACHED EGGS ON TOP OF CANADIAN BACONAND A GRILLED ENGLISH MUFFIN, ALL SMOTHERED IN CREAMY HOLLANDAISE SAUCE $9.95

LUCY’S “WORKS” BAGEL – A TOASTED AND BUTTERED “EVERYTHING” BAGEL, SERVED WITH SUNDRIED-TOMATO AND ROASTED GARLIC CREAM CHEESE $2.95

PLEASE CHECK OUT OUR DELIGHTFUL SCONES AND MUFFINS, DECADENT GRANOLA BARS, AND FRESHLY BAKED LUCY’S BAKERY BREADS.

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Weekend Features

May 2 & 3, 2015

 

Chocolate-Covered Cherry Latte with Whipped Cream    $3.99

Homemade Sangria  $4.00

The Agave Sangria  $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini  $6.00

 

May Pancake – Lemon Poppy Seed topped with Vanilla Glaze.   $6.95

 

Soup of the Day – Chicken Pot Pie bowl $5.50, bread bowl $6.50

 

Ask your server about our Take Home soups! pint $6.55, quart $13.10

 

Quiche of the Day – Sundried Tomato, Mushroom, Roasted Garlic & Feta:  mixed with

an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  $8.95

 

Sandwich of the Day – Toasted PB &B &B: multigrain wheat toasted and covered with

creamy peanut butter, fresh bananas, and crispy hickory-smoked bacon

served with kettle chips.  $8.95 substitute potato salad. $o.95

 

The Morning Mushroom – Two marinated Portobello mushrooms, grilled with the

centers cut out and an egg fried in each, topped with tomato chutney

and feta cheese.   $10.50

 

California Scramble – Two grilled English muffins topped with scrambled eggs

white cheddar, tomatoes, red onions, Sriracha cream, and avocado.  $9.95

 

Eggs Benedict – Two grilled English muffins topped with savory Canadian bacon,

over-easy eggs, and creamy hollandaise sauce.  $10.50

 

Lucy’s “Works” Bagel – A toasted and buttered “everything” bagel, served

with sundried-tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese.  $2.95

 

 

 

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Weekend Features 

Saturday 4/25 & Sunday 4/26/2015

Snickers Latte:  Chocolate, caramel and hazelnut with whipped cream. $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

April Pancake:  Banana’s foster sprinkled with almonds and topped with whipped cream. $6.95

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

Hot Soup of the Day:  Portobello chili $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home!  Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Quiche of the Day:  Fried artichoke hearts, feta cheese, roasted red peppers, roasted garlic and caramelized onion. Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Sandwich of the Day: Chef’s Ham Salad:  Smoked ham ground with pickles, onion and roasted red pepper mixed with mayonnaise, fresh grated horseradish and parsley. Served on multigrain wheat bread with lettuce and tomato. Served with a side of pasta salad. $8.95

Jose Benedict:  Two English muffin halves topped with sliced tomato, grilled chorizo patties, two over easy eggs, lime cilantro and jalapeno hollandaise sauce. Finished with sliced green onions on top. $9.95

“Café Scotsman”:  Our version of a scotch egg. A hard cooked egg encased in elk and pork sausages. Served on split buttermilk biscuit halves, topped with fresh tomato chutney, and surrounded with sausage gravy.  $9.95

Chef’s Skinny Egg Sandwich:  Our Lucy’s works bagel toasted, two egg whites scrambled, black pepper, turkey bacon and white cheddar cheese. $8.95

The Curmudgeon Breakfast:  Homemade Metamucil infused with carefree anecdotes of life, sugared dates, and a prune coulis. This is only available for our smile challenged guests. $24.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese. $2.95

 Granola Bars  $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Weekend Features 

Saturday 4/18 /15 & Sunday 4/19/2015

White Chocolate Hazelnut Latte with whipped cream. $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

April Pancake:  Banana’s foster sprinkled with almonds and topped with whipped cream. $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Asian egg drop $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home!  Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Quiche of the Day:  Broccoli, turkey bacon, sundried tomatoes, roasted garlic, fresh basil and parmesan cheese. Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Sandwich of the Day: Chicken Club Wrap: Thinly sliced dijon roasted chicken breast with tarragon.  Grilled with pancetta in a warm flour tortilla. Completed with diced tomato, chopped lettuce, cheddar cheese, and basil mayonnaise.  Served with a side of kettle chips.  $8.95 *Substitute loaded potato add $.95

The California Scramble:  Scrambled eggs on toasted English muffin halves. Topped with white cheddar, diced tomato, green and red onion, sliced avocado and sriracha cream. $9.95

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

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

Curried Vegetable Fritters:  Grated squashes and fresh vegetables with a curry spice blend. Bound with oat flour, eggs and butter milk. Served with fresh tomato chutney, sriracha cream and sriracha. $7.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese. $2.95

Granola Bars $2.50

 

 

Chef’s Weekend Features

Chef’s Weekend Features 

April 11th & 12th, 2015

Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte with whipped cream. $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

 April Pancake:  Banana’s Foster sprinkled with almonds and topped with whipped cream. $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Cheddar ale $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl*Ask your server about other soups available to take home!  Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

 Quiche of the Day:  Braised leeks and mushrooms, Canadian bacon, and cheddar cheese. Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Sandwich of the Day:  Thinly sliced dijon roasted chicken breast with tarragon.  Grilled with caramelized onions on sourdough bread. Completed with melted Swiss cheese, pancetta and basil mayonnaise.  Served with a side of kettle chips.  $8.95 *Substitute loaded potato add $.95

Kimchi and Sausage Breakfast:   A grilled house-made green cabbage kimchi.  Served with hash browns, smoked sausage, two sunny side eggs and a buttermilk biscuit. $9.95 (notify your server if you’d like it spicy!)

Bread pudding French toast:  Crushed muffins, scones and fruit breads, mixed with a crème-brulee custard. Baked, sliced and grilled with a French toast batter and graham cracker crumbs. Finished with a honey berry sauce and whip cream.  $9.95

Portobello steak and eggs:  Grilled tomato slices that are topped with a grilled, balsamic marinated Portobello mushroom steak, seared spinach, feta cheese, a splash of sriracha and two poached eggs.  Served with a roast red pepper sauce.  $9.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese. $2.95

 Granola Bars $2.50

 

 

Chef’s Weekend Features April 3-5, 2015

Chef’s Weekend Features 

Friday, Saturday & Sunday

April 3-5, 2015

Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte with whipped cream. $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

April Pancake:  Banana’s Foster sprinkled with almonds and topped with whipped cream. $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Spicy Caribbean black bean $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home!  Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Quiche of the Day:  Fennel sausage, roast red peppers, spinach and Swiss cheese. Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Sandwich of the Day: The Not Really a Cuban:  Sliced ham, turkey, pork belly, sliced dill pickle, Swiss cheese, and dijon mustard. Served on a grilled Ciabatta with a side of kettle chips.  $8.95 *Substitute loaded potato add $.95

Café Cambodia Breakfast: The Chef’s Fusion Breakfast:  Cheddar grits topped with Asian fried pork belly in a honey sriracha sauce, bacon braised bok choy, a sunny side egg and finished with sliced scallions. $9.95

Chef’s Skinny Egg Sandwich:  Our Lucy’s “The Works Bagel” toasted, two egg whites scrambled, black pepper, turkey bacon and white cheddar cheese. $8.95

The Woodsman Breakfast:  Buttermilk biscuit halves topped with two eggs over-easy, elk sausage gravy, braised mushrooms, leeks and grilled asparagus spears.  $9.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese. $2.95

Granola Bars $2.50

 

 

Chef’s weekend Features Saturday 3/28 & Sunday 3/29

Chef’s weekend Features 

3/28 & 3/29

White Chocolate Hazelnut Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

 March Pancake:  Carrot cake pancake with cream cheese icing and whipped cream. $6.95

 Hot Soup of the Day:  Southwestern chicken with tortilla strips $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl   

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home!  Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

 Quiche of the Day:  Italian vegetable, peppers, onions, oregano, and parmesan cheese. Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

 Sandwich of the Day:  Thin sliced chicken tarragon and Dijon roasted chicken breast with caramelized onions. Served on grilled sourdough bread with melted Swiss cheese and Cajun remoulade sauce.  Served with a side of kettle chips.  $8.95 *Substitute loaded potato add $.95

 The Skinny farmer:  Turkey bacon, turkey sausage, two eggs over easy and a buttermilk biscuit.  Served with a side of root vegetable hash $9.95

 Graham Cracker Crusted Banana Split French toast:  Pullman bread that is French toast battered and coated in graham crackers.  Grilled and topped with berry sauce, a split banana, and chocolate syrup.  Completed with whip cream. $9.95

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

 Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese. $2.95

 Granola Bars $2.50

 

 

Chef’s Weekend Features 3/21-3/22

Chef’s Weekend Features 

3/21 & 3/22

Chocolate Peppermint Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

March Pancake:  Carrot cake pancake with cream cheese icing and whipped cream. $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Portobello Chili $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl  *Ask your server about other soups available to take home!  Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Quiche of the Day:  Caramelized pineapple, goat cheese, roasted red peppers and fresh sage. Mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Sandwich of the Day: Café Single Decker Club Sandwich:  Lucy’s toasted multigrain wheat bread with bacon, lettuce, tomato, basil mayonnaise, and sliced turkey.  Served with a side of kettle chips. $8.95  *Substitute loaded potato add $.95

The Chef’s Plate: Vegetable Fritters with an Indian flair:  Made from grated, butternut squash, beets, sweet potato, rutabaga, daikon radish, garlic, onion, jalapeno and cilantro.  Made with oat flour, eggs and buttermilk and seasoned with a curry blend. Served with two over easy eggs, tomato chutney, sriracha cream sauce and a side of fresh fruit.  $9.95

 The Bumpkin:  Grilled sourdough slices with Muenster cheese, topped with ham, two over easy eggs, sausage gravy. Finished with diced tomatoes and sliced green onion. $9.95

 Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese. $2.95

 Granola Bars $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 3/14 & Sunday 3/15

Chef’s Weekend Features 

3/14/2015 & 3/15/2015

Chocolate Raspberry Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

 March Pancake:  Carrot Cake Pancake with Cream Cheese Icing and Whipped Cream $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Minestrone $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home!  Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Quiche of the Day:  Asparagus, bacon, roasted red pepper and cheddar cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Sandwich of the Day:  Tuna Melt:  Parmesan encrusted sourdough bread, cheddar cheese, sliced tomato and our house tuna salad grilled golden brown.  Served with kettle chips.  $8.95 Substitute Loaded Potato Salad for $0.95

The Woodsman Breakfast:  Buttermilk biscuit halves topped with two eggs over-easy, elk sausage gravy, braised mushrooms and leeks.  $9.95

Chorizo Hash:  Potatoes, peppers, onions, toasted corn, chorizo sausage, fresh cilantro all grilled and then topped with two eggs over-easy, guacamole, salsa, sour cream and a warm flour tortilla.  $9.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

 Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 3/7 & Sunday 3/8

Chef’s Weekend Features 

3/7/2015 & 3/8/2015

White Chocolate Raspberry Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

March Pancake:  Carrot Cake Pancake with Cream Cheese Icing and Whipped Cream $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Cream of Cauliflower with Ricotta  $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home!  Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Quiche of the Day:  Italian sausage, roasted red pepper, asparagus and ricotta mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Sandwich of the Day:  Turkey Griller:  Our marble rye with sliced turkey, house-cured pancetta, Swiss cheese, sliced tomato, and basil mayonnaise.  Served with kettle chips.  $8.95

Substitute Loaded Potato Salad for $0.95

Café Welsh Rarebit:  An English-style Cheese Toast:  Two slices of our sourdough bread with the center punched out, filled with two eggs fried medium in the middle, then topped with a sharp ale and cheddar cheese sauce, sliced scallions, and diced tomato. Served with a rasher of pepper bacon and the Chef’s version of Branston pickle.  $9.95

“Café Scotsman”:  Our version of a scotch egg…a hard cooked egg encased in elk and pork sausages served on split buttermilk biscuit halves, topped with fresh tomato chutney, and surrounded with sausage gravy.  $9.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Warm Cherry or Apple Pie Slice with whipped cream $3.95

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 2/28 & Sunday 3/1

Chef’s Weekend Features 

 2/28/2015 & 3/1/2015

 White Chocolate Raspberry Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

 March Pancake:  Carrot Cake Pancake with Cream Cheese Icing and Whipped Cream $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Cream of Tomato $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

*Ask your server about other homemade soups that are available to take home!  Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Quiche of the Day:  Broccoli, sundried tomato, and cheddar cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Asian Chicken Wrap:  All white meat chicken breast in a teriyaki glaze rolled in a flour tortilla with pickled cabbage and julienne daikon radish.  Served with side of our Loaded Potato Salad.  $8.95

Cheddar Toad in a Hole:  Two slices of sourdough 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

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

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 2/21 & Sunday 2/22

Chef’s Weekend Features 

 2/21/2015 & 2/22/2015

Chocolate Raspberry Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

February Pancake:  Lemon Ricotta with Blueberries and Whipped Cream $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  “3 Little Pig’s Chili” Topped with cheddar cheese, sour cream and sliced scallions.  $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home!  Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Quiche of the Day:  “Meat Lovers”:  Ham, bacon, sausage, and cheddar cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Sandwich of the Day:  “Monte Cristo”:  French toast battered Pullman bread filled with sliced ham, turkey, and Swiss cheese.  Served with cole slaw, a pickle spear, and strawberry jam.  $8.95    Substitute Loaded Potato Salad for $0.95

Bread Pudding French Toast:  Our house muffins and scones crushed and mixed with crème brûlée custard, banana, dried cranberries, and rum-stewed raisins, then baked and sliced, and grilled with a French toast batter and graham cracker crumbs.  Finished with a honeyed-berry sauce and whipped cream.  $9.95

Chef’s Taste of Italy Breakfast Plate:  Baby arugula, a parmesan basket, poached eggs, sliced tomato, pancetta, and toasted ciabatta.  $9.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

 

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 2/14 & Sunday 2/15

 Chef’s Weekend Features 

 2/14/2015 & 2/15/2015

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White Chocolate French Vanilla Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

February Pancake:  Lemon Ricotta with Blueberries and Whipped Cream $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Jamaican Pepper Pot $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl   

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home!  Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Sandwich of the Day:  “Italian Sausage Melt”:  A flavorful Italian fennel sausage patty grilled and topped with peppers and onions sautéed in herb butter, and served on parmesan crusted sourdough bread with melted Swiss cheese.  Served with a pickle spear and kettle chips.  $8.95    Substitute loaded potato salad for $0.95

Quiche of the Day:  Granny Smith apple, white cheddar, and bacon mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

“Jose Benedict”:  Two English muffin halves topped sliced tomato, grilled chorizo patties, two over-easy eggs, a cilantro, lime and jalapeño hollandaise sauce, and finished with sliced avocado on top.  $9.95

Chocolate and Cherry Crème Brûlée French Toast:  Our honey white bread sliced thick, soaked in a chocolate crème brûlée custard, then baked and finished with a cherry sauce and whipped cream.  $9.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chocolate Truffles $1.75 each

Chocolate Covered Strawberries $1.75 each

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 2/7 and Sunday 2/8

Chef’s Weekend Features  

Saturday 2/7/15 & Sunday 2/8/15

Tootsie Roll Latte (chocolate, caramel, and tangerine) with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

February Pancake:  Lemon Ricotta with Blueberries and Whipped Cream $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Cream of Mushroom $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home! Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Sandwich of the Day:  “Parmesan Encrusted Cajun Tuna Melt”:  Our house recipe albacore tuna salad made with Cajun remoulade sauce, with swiss cheese, and served on parmesan encrusted sourdough.  Served with a pickle spear and pasta salad.  $8.95    Substitute loaded potato salad for $0.95

Quiche of the Day:  Chicken, corn, black beans, and cheddar cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Chef’s Skinny Egg Sandwich:  Our Lucy’s “The Works Bagel” toasted with two scrambled egg whites with black pepper, turkey bacon, and white cheddar cheese.  $8.95

The Carnivore Plate:  Cheddar browns, elk sausage, pepper bacon, Canadian bacon, two eggs over-easy, and a buttermilk biscuit.  $10.95

Pain Au Chocolat French Toast:  A butter croissant with a ribbon of chocolate in the center, French toast battered, and topped with the Chef’s berry sauce and whipped cream.  $9.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 1/31 & Sunday 2/1

Chef’s Weekend Features  

Saturday 1/31/15 & Sunday 2/1/15

Chocolate Raspberry Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

February Pancake:  Lemon Ricotta with Blueberries and Whipped Cream $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Tomato Basil with bacon and rice $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl   

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home! Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Sandwich of the Day:  “California Reuben”:  Grilled marble rye filled with turkey, Cajun remoulade, Swiss cheese, and our house cole slaw.  Served with a pickle spear and kettle chips.  $8.95    Substitute loaded potato salad for $0.95

Quiche of the Day:  Apple, cheddar, and bacon mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Chef’s Calypso Breakfast:  Scrambled eggs with onion and pork sausage and topped with smoky black beans and shaved jalapeño.  Served with fried plantains and mango salsa.  $9.95

Crème Brûlée French Toast:  Our honey white bread caramel glazed then soaked in crème brûlée custard, baked, then topped with a cherry, blueberry, and strawberry sauce and whipped cream.  $9.95

The Canadian Skinny Egg Sandwich:  Lucy’s “The Works Bagel” with hard cooked eggs with black pepper, sundried tomato cream cheese, spring mix, and Canadian bacon.  $8.95

The Curmudgeon Breakfast:  Homemade Metamucil infused with carefree anecdotes of life, sugared dates, and a prune a coulis. This is only available for our smile challenged guests. $24.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 1/24 & Sunday 1/25

Chef’s Weekend Features  

Saturday 1/24/15 & Sunday 1/25/15

Crème Brûlée Latte (Caramel & Vanilla) with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

January Pancake:  “Cherries Jubilee”:  Warm tart cherries, with a hint of orange liqueur and honey, on top of our house recipe pancakes and served with whipped cream and a cherry.  $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Hungarian Goulash with a dollop of sour cream $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl    *Ask your server about other soups available to take home! Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Sandwich of the Day:  “Carmeldelphia Cheesesteak Sandwich”:  Sourdough bread with our house roast beef sliced and grilled, topped with sautéed peppers, mushrooms, onions, and melted muenster cheese.  Served with au jus, a pickle spear, and kettle chips.  $8.95

Add loaded potato salad for a $0.95

Quiche of the Day:  Sausage, peppers, mushrooms, onions, and Swiss cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

“The Neptune Breakfast”: (Chef’s Plate A):  A split English muffin topped with two over-easy eggs, a crabmeat cream sauce, steamed snow peas, grilled shrimp and sliced green onions. $10.95

The Canadian Skinny Egg Sandwich:  Lucy’s “The Works Bagel” with hard cooked eggs with black pepper, sundried tomato cream cheese, spring mix, and Canadian bacon.  $8.95

Chorizo Biscuits and Gravy with Eggs:  A spicy rendition of our regular biscuits and gravy with the addition of chorizo, cilantro, and jalapeño peppers, then topped with two over-easy eggs.  $9.95

Root Vegetable Hash and Eggs:  Roasted beets, redskin potatoes, rutabaga, garlic, and red pepper, mixed with balsamic and fresh herbs, all grilled and topped with two eggs over-easy and a buttermilk biscuit.  $8.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 1/17 & Sunday 1/18

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 1/17/15 & Sunday 1/18/15

White Chocolate Tangerine Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

January Pancake:  “Cherries Jubilee”:  Warm tart cherries, with a hint of orange liqueur and honey, on top of our house recipe pancakes and served with whipped cream and a cherry.  $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day: Mulligatawny $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home! Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Sandwich of the Day:  “Grilled Meatloaf”:  House made beef and pork meatloaf on grilled sourdough with muenster cheese and horseradish mayonnaise.  Served with a side of pasta salad and a pickle spear.  $8.95  Add loaded potato salad for a $0.95

Quiche of the Day:  Mushroom, leek, ham and Swiss cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Café Royale Breakfast:  English muffin halves topped with grilled, sliced tomato, two eggs over-easy, a cheddar ale sauce and chopped bacon, garnished with steamed broccoli spears. $9.95

Chorizo Hash:  Potatoes, peppers, onions, toasted corn, chorizo sausage, and fresh cilantro all grilled and topped with two eggs over-easy, guacamole, salsa, sour cream and a warm flour tortilla.  $9.95

The Chef’s Deluxe Egg Sandwich:  Lucy’s “The Works Bagel” with over hard eggs with black pepper, turkey bacon, white cheddar cheese, sliced tomato and sliced avocado.  $8.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

A Side of Pasta Salad $1.50

 

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 1/10 & Sunday 1/11

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 1/10/15 & Sunday 1/11/15

White Chocolate Peppermint Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

January Pancake:  “Cherries Jubilee”:  Warm tart cherries, with a hint of orange liqueur and honey, on top of our house recipe pancakes and served with whipped cream and a cherry.  $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Minestrone $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home! Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Quiche of the Day:  Sundried tomatoes, Portobello mushroom, roasted garlic, bacon, and swiss cheese, all mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Sandwich of the Day:  “California Reuben”:  Gilled marble rye filled with sliced turkey breast, swiss cheese, and our homemade cole slaw.  Garnished with a pickle spear and served with a side of kettle chips.  $8.95  Add Loaded Potato Salad for $0.95

Portobello Steak & Eggs:  Grilled tomato slices topped with a balsamic-marinated, grilled Portobello mushroom steak, seared spinach, feta cheese, a splash of Sriracha, and two poached eggs.  Served with a roasted red pepper sauce.  $9.95

The Skinny Farmer:  A side of root vegetable hash, turkey bacon, turkey sausage, two eggs over-easy, and a buttermilk biscuit.  $9.95

The Chef’s Tex-Mex Plate:  Two eggs scrambled with cilantro, corn, and roasted red peppers topped with cheddar cheese and a cheese-filled roasted jalapeño pepper.  Served with our special black beans and a warm flour tortilla.  $9.95

The Chef’s Deluxe Egg Sandwich:  Over-hard eggs with black pepper, turkey bacon, white cheddar cheese, sliced tomato, and sliced avocado, all between a Lucy’s “The Works Bagel”.  $8.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

 

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 1/3/15

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 1/3/15

Chocolate Tootsie Roll Latte (chocolate, tangerine, and caramel) with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

January Pancake:  “Cherries Jubilee”:  Warm tart cherries with a hint of orange liqueur and honey on top of our house recipe pancakes and served with whipped cream and a cherry.  $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Southwester Chicken with Tortilla Strips $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home! Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Quiche of the Day:  Chicken, asparagus, cream cheese, and roasted red pepper mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Sandwich of the Day:  “Pot Roast”:  Four-hour braised tender-rolled chuck on Pullman bread with muenster cheese and horseradish mayonnaise, and garnished with sliced tomato and a pickle spear.  Served with a side of loaded potato salad.  $8.95

A Side of Cheddar Cheese and Onion Hash Browns $3.95

Elk Sausage Biscuits and Gravy:  A little heartier rendition of our house biscuits and gravy with Indiana elk sausage and fresh sage.  $8.95

The Chef’s Deluxe Skinny Egg Sandwich:  Lucy’s “The Works Bagel” with over-hard eggs with black pepper, turkey bacon, white cheddar cheese, sliced tomato, and sliced avocado.  $8.95

“Breakfast in Burma”:  Eggs scrambled with peppers and onions and 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).

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 12/27 and Sunday 12/28

Chef’s Weekend Features
Saturday 12/27/14 & Sunday 12/28/14

White Chocolate Caramel Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

December Pancake:  “Egg Nog with Butter Rum Sauce”:  Our special egg nog recipe pancake batter grilled and topped with butter rum sauce and whipped cream.  $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Minestrone $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home! Pint $6.55, Quart $13.10

Quiche of the Day:   Leek, roasted red pepper, cream cheese, and Swiss cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Sandwich of the Day:  “Chicken Salad Croissant”:  Our house recipe, all breast meat chicken salad in a warm croissant with lettuce and tomato.  Garnished with a pickle spear and served with a side of loaded potato salad.  $8.95

“Breakfast in Burma”:  Eggs scrambled with peppers and onions and 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).

The Chef’s Deluxe Skinny Egg Sandwich:  Lucy’s “The Works Bagel” with over-hard eggs with black pepper, turkey bacon, white cheddar cheese, sliced tomato, and sliced avocado.  $8.95

“Café Royale Breakfast”:  English muffin halves topped with grilled sliced tomato, two eggs over-easy, a cheddar-ale sauce, and chopped bacon. Garnished with steamed broccoli spears.  $9.95

Root Vegetable Hash and Eggs:  Roasted beets, redskin potatoes, rutabaga, garlic, and red pepper, mixed with balsamic and fresh herbs, all grilled and topped with two eggs over-easy and a buttermilk biscuit.  $8.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 12/6 & Sunday 12/7

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 12/6/14 & Sunday 12/7/14

Chocolate Peppermint Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Pumpkin Pie Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

December Pancake:  “Egg Nog with Butter Rum Sauce”:  Our special egg nog recipe pancake batter grilled and topped with butter rum sauce and whipped cream.  $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Crab and Artichoke Chowder $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

*Ask your server about other soups available to take home! Pint $6.55, Pint $13.10

Quiche of the Day:  “Chicken Cordon Blue”:  Ham, chicken, Swiss cheese, and asparagus mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.95

Sandwich of the Day:  “Chef’s Ham Salad”:  Ground ham, pickles, onion, and mayonnaise served on Pullman bread and garnished with pickle treats and a side of loaded potato salad.  $8.95

The Chef’s Skinny Egg Sandwich:  Lucy’s “The Works Bagel” with two egg over-hard with black pepper, turkey bacon, white cheddar cheese, and sliced avocado.  $8.95

The California Scramble:  Scrambled eggs on toasted English muffin halves, topped with white cheddar cheese, diced tomato, green and red onion, sliced avocado halves, and Sriracha cream sauce.  $9.95

Red Fennel Hash and Eggs:  Our house root vegetable hash of roasted beets, rutabaga, garlic, onion, potatoes, herbs, and balsamic with chopped pot roast and pan drippings added. Topped with two eggs over-easy and a buttermilk biscuit.  $9.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 11/29 & 11/30

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 11/29/14 & Sunday 11/30/14

Chocolate Peppermint Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Pumpkin Pie Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

November Pancake:  “The Café Loaded”:  Our house recipe pancake batter grilled with bacon and sausage inside, then topped with dried cranberries, candied pecans, butter, powdered sugar, and whipped cream.  $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Portobello Chili $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day:  Broccoli, bacon, cream cheese, roasted red peppers, and cheddar cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.25

Sandwich of the Day:  “Pot Roast”:  Four hour braised rolled chuck of beef, white cheddar cheese, horseradish mayonnaise on toasted Pullman bread served with a pickle spear, tomato slice, and a side of loaded potato salad.  $8.95

The Chef’s Skinny Egg Sandwich:  Lucy’s “The Works Bagel” with two egg whites scrambled with black pepper, turkey bacon, white cheddar cheese, and sliced avocado.  $8.95

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

“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).

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with sundried tomato and roasted garlic cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 11/22 & Sunday 11/23

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 11/22/14 & Sunday 11/23/14

Chocolate Peppermint Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

November Pancake:  “The Café Loaded”:  Our house recipe pancake batter grilled with bacon and sausage inside, then topped with dried cranberries, candied pecans, butter, powdered sugar, and whipped cream.  $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Cream of Broccoli $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day:  Broccoli, bacon, cheddar cheese, and roasted red peppers mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.25

Sandwich of the Day:  “Grilled Meatloaf”:  Homemade beef and pork meatloaf served on grilled Pullman bread with Muenster cheese and horseradish mayonnaise served with a tomato slice, pickle spear and a loaded potato salad on the side.  $8.95

“The Café Garden Breakfast”:  Two English muffin halves topped with two eggs over-easy, a cheddar ale sauce, steamed asparagus, diced tomato, and sliced scallions.  $9.95

The Chef’s Skinny Egg Sandwich:  Lucy’s “The Works Bagel” with two egg whites scrambled with black pepper, turkey bacon, white cheddar cheese, and sliced avocado.  $8.95

Chef’s Plate:  “The Belly Warmer”:  A buttermilk biscuit split and topped with grilled Canadian bacon, two eggs over-easy, sausage gravy, roasted red peppers, and sliced scallions.  $9.95

 

A Side of New Castle Macaroni and Cheese $3.95

Lucy’s Bakery “The Works Bagel” with roasted garlic and red pepper cream cheese $2.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 11/15 and Sunday 11/16

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 11/15/14 & Sunday 11/16/14

Pumpkin Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

November Pancake:  “The Café Loaded”:  Our house recipe pancake batter grilled with bacon and sausage inside, then topped with dried cranberries, candied pecans, butter, powdered sugar, and whipped cream.  $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Hungarian-style Goulash with a dollop of sour cream $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day:  “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:  “Grilled Meatloaf”:  Homemade beef and pork meatloaf served on grilled Pullman bread with Muenster cheese and horseradish mayonnaise served with a tomato slice, pickle spear and a loaded potato salad on the side.  $8.95

Bread Pudding French Toast:  Batter made with crushed muffins and scones, vanilla, honey, banana, and dried cranberries grilled and topped with our honey berry sauce and whipped cream.  $9.95

“The Skinny Farmer”:  Two eggs over-easy served with a side of root vegetable hash, turkey bacon, turkey sausage, and a buttermilk biscuit.  $9.95

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

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

A Side of Fresh Raspberry Jam or Homemade Apple Butter $1.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Coconut Deli Bars while supplies last $2.50

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Pumpkin Chiffon, Apple, or Cherry for pick up on the 25th or 26th – call us at 317-844-2822 for details.

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 11/8 & Sunday 11/9

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 11/8/14 & Sunday 11/9/14

Chocolate Raspberry Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

November Pancake:  “The Café Loaded”:  Our house recipe pancake batter grilled with bacon and sausage inside, then topped with dried cranberries, candied pecans, butter, powdered sugar, and whipped cream.  $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Vegetable Beef $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day:  “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:  “Black & Bleu Steak Sandwich”:  Cajun-spiced sliced roast beef, grilled onions, Muenster cheese, and bleu cheese dressing served on parmesan crusted sourdough bread.  Served with a pickle spear and a side of loaded potato salad.  $8.95

José Benedict:  Two English muffin halves topped with chorizo patties and two eggs over-easy, and dressed with lime, jalapeño, and cilantro hollandaise sauce.  $9.95

Midwestern Strata:  A breakfast egg casserole containing peppers, onions, ham, cheddar cheese, roasted potatoes, and diced sourdough bread, all topped with a cheddar ale sauce and garnished with a gratinee tomato.  $9.95

Lucy’s Works Bagel with sun-dried tomato cream cheese $2.95

A Side of Raspberry Jam $1.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

 

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Pumpkin Chiffon, Apple, or Cherry for pick up on the 25th or 26th – call us for details 317-844-2822.

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 11/1 & Sunday 11/2

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 11/1/14 & Sunday 11/2/14

Pumpkin Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

November Pancake: “The Café Loaded”: Our house recipe pancake batter grilled with bacon and sausage inside, then topped with dried cranberries, candied pecans, butter, powdered sugar, and whipped cream. $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day: Mulligatawny $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Sandwich of the Day: “Monte Cristo”: A ham, turkey, and Swiss cheese sandwich made on Pullman bread that is French toast battered and grilled, dusted with powdered sugar, and served with a side of strawberry jam and a side of loaded potato salad. $8.95

The Woodsman Breakfast: Buttermilk biscuit halves topped with two eggs over-easy, elk sausage gravy, braised mushrooms, leeks, and grilled asparagus. $9.95

The Carnivore Plate: Cheddar browns, elk sausage,

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California Scramble: Scrambled eggs topped with a white cheese blend, diced tomato, green and red onion, sliced avocado, and our Sriracha cream sauce. Served on English muffin halves. $9.95

The Curmudgeon Breakfast: Homemade Metamucil infused with carefree anecdotes of life, sugared dates, and a prune a coulis. This is only available for our smile challenged guests. $24.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

 

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 10/25/14 & Sunday 10/26/14

 Pumpkin Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

 October Pancake:  “Pumpkin”:  Our house recipe pumpkin spice batter topped with homemade apple butter and whipped cream.  $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day:  Cuban Black Bean garnished with chopped egg and sliced green onion.  $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Sandwich of the Day:  Ham and Swiss on warm fresh baked challah with lettuce, tomato, onion, and basil mayonnaise.  Served with a pickle spear and a side of loaded potato salad.  $8.95

Quiche of the Day:  Bacon, spinach, roasted garlic, tomato, and Swiss cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.25

Chorizo Hash:  Potatoes, peppers, onions, toasted corn, chorizo sausage, and fresh cilantro all grilled and topped with two eggs over-easy, guacamole, pico de gallo, sour cream. Served with a warm flour torilla.  $9.95

Eggs Benedict with Sauce Choron:  The classic benedict with a twist!  Two English muffin halves topped with Canadian bacon, poached eggs, and finished with choron sauce (béarnaise sauce with the addition of tomato).  $9.95

The Chef’s Plate:  Crepes with cinnamon and sugar and a honeyed fruit sauce with mango, strawberries, pineapple, and blueberries. Topped with whipped cream and served with a side of bacon.

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 10/11 & Sunday 10/12

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 10/11 & Sunday 10/12

Pumpkin Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

October Pancake: “Pumpkin”: Our house recipe pumpkin spice batter topped with homemade apple butter and whipped cream. $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day: Vegetable Beef Barley $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Sandwich of the Day: Open-faced crab cake served on sliced baguette with a Cajun remoulade sauce on a bed of fresh greens and

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Quiche of the Day: Broccoli, goat cheese, fresh herbs, and roasted red peppers mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit. $8.25

Café Scotsman: Our version of a scotch egg…a hard cooked egg encased in elk and pork sausages, served on split buttermilk biscuit halves, topped with fresh tomato chutney, and surrounded with sausage gravy. $9.95

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

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 lentis and a warm flour tortilla. $9.95 (Note! Lentils contain beef).

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chocolate Gateaux $3.95

Warm Blackberry Pie with whipped cream $3.95

Crème Brûlée $3.95

 

 

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Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 10/4 & Sunday 10/5

CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES!
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The Agave Margarita $6.00
Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

October Pancake: “Pumpkin”: Our house recipe pumpkin spice batter topped with homemade apple butter and whipped cream. $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day: “Texas Steak no bean Chili”: topped with cheddar cheese, sour cream, and sliced green onions. $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Sandwich of the Day: “Egg Salad BLT”: Two toasted slices of sourdough with our house recipe egg salad, bacon, lettuce, and tomato in between. Served with a side of our pasta salad. $8.95

Quiche of the Day: Portobello, turkey bacon, turkey sausage, roasted red pepper, onion, and feta cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit. $8.25

Café Royale Breakfast: English muffin halves topped with grilled sliced tomato, two eggs over-easy, a cheddar ale sauce, and chopped bacon, then garnished with steamed broccoli spears. $9.95

Cheddar Toad in a Hole: Two slices of Pullman 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. $9.95

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 lentis and a warm flour tortilla. $9.95 (Note! Lentils contain beef).
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Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 9/13 & Sunday 9/14

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 9/13/14 & Sunday 9/14/14

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Chocolate Caramel Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

September Pancake:  “Caramel Apple”:  Sauteed Ida red apples cooked in our house recipe pancake batter then topped with caramel and whipped cream  $6.95

Hot Soup of the Day: Minestrone $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Sandwich of the Day:  “Café Club Wrap”:  Sliced turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato, cheddar cheese and basil mayonnaise all wrapped in a flour tortilla and served with a side of our pasta salad. $8.95

Quiche of the Day:  Asparagus, apple wood bacon, mushrooms, bleu cheese, and cheddar cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.25

Chorizo Hash and Eggs:  Chili seasoned diced redskin potatoes, chorizo sausage, peppers, onions, toasted corn, and cilantro, topped with 2 eggs over-easy and cheddar sauce, then finished with chopped scallions and served with a warm flour tortilla.  $9.95

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

Elk Sausage Biscuits and Gravy:  A little heartier rendition of our house biscuits and gravy with Indiana elk sausage and fresh sage.  $8.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

A Side of House-Cured Apple wood bacon $4.95

A Side of Homemade Strawberry Jam $1.50

 

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 9/6 & Sunday 9/7

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 9/6/14 & Sunday 9/7/14

Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

September Pancake: Ask your server! $6.95

Cold Soup of the Day: Cold Avocado and Cucumber with a dollop of sour cream $5.50

Hot Soup of the Day: Corn and Potato Chowder $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day: Caramelized pineapple, goat cheese, fresh sage, and roasted red peppers mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit. $8.25

Sandwich of the Day: “Portobello and Pepper Steak and Cheese”: Julienned Portobello mushrooms, green and red peppers, and onions sautéed with our house sliced roast beef, and served on a parmesan encrusted sourdough bread with Muenster cheese. Served with a side of loaded potato salad. $8.95

The Chef’s Eleanor Rigby Plate: Grilled match stick cut vegetables including squash, zucchini, daikon radish, onion, baby corn, Portobello mushrooms, and spinach grilled with feta cheese and a splash of Sriracha. Topped with grilled sliced tomato, roasted red pepper sauce, and two poached eggs. $9.95

Banana Split French Toast: Graham cracker crusted French toast topped with strawberry sauce, pineapple jam, and a split banana. Finished with caramel, chocolate whipped cream and a cherry on top. $9.95

“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

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Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

A Side of House-Cured Applewood Bacon $4.95

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 8/30 & Sunday 8/31

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 8/30/14

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Chocolate Raspberry Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

August Pancake: “Summer Berry”: A berry sauce containing, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, honey, vanilla, and orange zest topped with whipped cream. $6.95

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

Hot Soup of the Day: Olla Podrida $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day: Mushrooms, bacon, roasted red peppers, and white cheddar cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit. $8.25

Sandwich of the Day: Café Club Wrap: sliced turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato, cheddar cheese, and basil mayonnaise all wrapped in a flour tortilla. Served with a side of pineapple mango slaw. $8.95

“The Woodsman Breakfast”: Buttermilk biscuit halves topped with two eggs over-easy, elk sausage gravy, braised mushrooms, leeks, and grilled asparagus. $9.95

“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).

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

“The Carnivore Plate”: Cheddar browns, elk sausage, pepper bacon, Canadian bacon, two eggs over-easy and a buttermilk biscuit. $9.95

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

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

 

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 8/23 & Sunday 8/24

 

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 8/23/14 & Sunday 8/24/14

Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

August Pancake: “Summer Berry”: A berry sauce containing, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, honey, vanilla, and orange zest topped with whipped cream. $6.95

Cold Soup of the Day: Cold Avocado and Cucumber with a dollop of sour cream $5.50

Hot Soup of the Day: Mushroom Beef $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day: Portobello, sundried tomato, bacon, and white cheddar mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit. $8.25

Barbeque Pork Sandwich: Pork wet rubbed overnight, then slow cooked in its own barbeque sauce, and served on Texas toast with a mango pineapple slaw. Served with a side of loaded potato salad and a pickle spear. $8.95

“Café Scotsman”: Our version of a scotch egg … a hard cooked egg encased

in elk and pork sausages served on split buttermilk biscuit halves, topped with fresh tomato chutney, and surrounded with sausage gravy. $9.95

“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).

Crème Brûlée French Toast: Our honey white bread caramel glazed then soaked in crème brûlée custard, baked then topped with our summer berry sauce and whipped cream. $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

“The Neptune Breakfast”: A split buttermilk biscuit topped with two over-easy eggs, a crabmeat cream sauce, steamed asparagus, grilled shrimp and sliced green onions. $10.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

 

Chef’s Weekend Features – 8/16 & 8/17

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 8/16/14 & Sunday 8/17/14

Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

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

Hot Soup of the Day: Cream of Mushroom $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day: “Meat Lovers”: Ham, bacon, sausage, onion, and cheddar cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit. $8.25

Pot Roast Sandwich: Chef’s four hour braised pot roast in au jus served on Pullman bread with horseradish mayonnaise and Muenster cheese. Served with a side of loaded potato salad. $8.95

“The Woodsman Breakfast”: Buttermilk biscuit halves topped with two eggs over-easy, elk sausage gravy, braised mushrooms, leeks, and grilled asparagus. $9.95

“Crab and Cheddar Strata”: Snow and Surimi crab, roasted red pepper, garlic, chives, dill, potatoes, and cheddar cheese baked in an egg custard, and served with a Gratinee tomato and hollandaise sauce. $9.95

“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).

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“The Curmudgeon Breakfast”: House made Metamucil infused with carefree anecdotes of life, sugared dates and a prune a coulis .This is only available to our smile challenged guests. $24.95

Warm Mixed Berry Pie with whipped cream $3.95

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 8/9 & Sunday 8/10

Chef’s Weekend Features

Saturday 8/9/14 & Sunday 8/10/14

Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte with whipped cream $3.99

Homemade Sangria $4.00

The Agave Margarita $6.00

Peach & Pomegranate Champagne Bellini $6.00

August Pancake: “Summer Berry”: Our house pancake served with a berry sauce containing blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, honey, vanilla, and orange zest. Topped with whipped cream. $6.95

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

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Sandwich of the Day: “A Croissant on the Monon”: Turkey bacon, sliced avocado, spring mix lettuce, sliced tomato, and basil mayonnaise on a warm croissant. Served with a side of pasta salad. $8.95

Elk Sausage Biscuits and Gravy: A little heartier rendition of our house biscuits and gravy with Indiana elk sausage and fresh sage. $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).

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

“Bread Pudding French Toast”: Crushed muffins and scones mixed with rum soaked raisins, banana, and a crème brûlée-style custard baked, sliced, then battered and grilled. Topped with a caramel sauce, fresh berries, and whipped cream.

A Side of Cheddar Cheese and Onion Hash Browns $3.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Warm Mixed Berry Pie with whipped cream $3.95

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 8/2 & Sunday 8/3

CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES!

Saturday 8/2 & Sunday 8/3

Chocolate Raspberry 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

August Pancake:  “Summer Berry”:  Our house pancake served with a berry sauce containing blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, honey, vanilla, and orange zest. Topped with whipped cream.  $6.95

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

Hot Soup of the Day:  Cream of Mushroom $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day:  Mushroom, bacon, onion, and cheddar cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.25

Sandwich of the Day:  “Tuna Salad Croissant”:  Our house recipe tuna salad served on a croissant with lettuce and tomato.  Served with a side of loaded potato salad.  $8.95

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

“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).

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

California Scramble:  Scrambled eggs topped with a white cheese blend, diced tomato, green and red onion, sliced Avocado and our Sriracha cream sauce, then served on English muffin halves.  $9.95

Homemade Granola Bars  $2.50

A Side of House-Cured Applewood Bacon  $4.95

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 7/26 & 7/27

CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES!

Saturday 7/26 & Sunday 7/27

Chocolate Covered Cherry 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

July Pancake:  Pineapple upside down pancake with pecan caramel and whipped cream  $6.95

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

Hot Soup of the Day:  French Onion Gratinee  $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day:  “Woodsman”:  Braised mushrooms, leeks, elk sausage, fresh sage, and white cheddar mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.25

Sandwich of the Day:  “Turkey and Avocado Club”:  Basil mayonnaise, lettuce, bacon, avocado, and tomato between two slices of toasted Pullman bread served with a side of loaded potato salad.  $8.95

Chef’s Plate:  “The Italian Strata”:  A breakfast casserole loaded with fennel sausage, Portobello mushrooms, spinach, fresh basil, roasted red pepper, potato, and sun-dried tomato all mixed in an egg custard with Swiss and parmesan cheese.  Served with roasted red pepper sauce and a Gratinee tomato.  $9.95

“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).

Banana Split French toast: Graham cracker crusted French toast topped with strawberry sauce, pineapple jam   , a split banana finished with caramel, chocolate whip cream and a cherry on top.  $9.95

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

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

A Side Homemade Strawberry Jam  $1.50

Homemade Granola Bars  $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 7/19 & 7/20

CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES!

Saturday 7/19 & Sunday 7/20

Chocolate Raspberry 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

July Pancake: Pineapple upside down pancake with pecan caramel and whipped cream $6.95

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

Hot Soup of the Day: Cream of Mushroom $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day: Portobello, bacon, red pepper, green onion and white cheddar mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit. $8.25

Sandwich of the Day: “Ham Salad”: A house made blend with mayo, pickle, and onion on buttered sourdough with lettuce and tomato. Served with a side of our pasta salad. $8.95

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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

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

A Side Homemade Strawberry Jam $1.50

A Side of Pasta Salad $1.75

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

 

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 7/12 & 7/13

CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES!

Saturday 7/12 & Sunday 7/13

White Chocolate Caramel 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

July Pancake:  Pineapple upside down pancake with pecan caramel and whipped cream $6.95

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

Hot Soup of the Day:  Portobello and Chicken Chili with Lentils  $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day:  “Lorraine” Bacon, onion, and Swiss cheese, mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.25

Sandwich of the Day:  “California Ruben”:  Grilled marble rye with Swiss cheese, sliced turkey, and our house cole slaw.  Served with a side of our loaded potato salad.  $8.95

“The Chef’s Chorizo and Mango Plate”: Chili white cheddar potatoes, topped with Chorizo scrambled eggs, finished with a mango salsa, and served with a flour tortilla.  $9.95

“The Woodsman Breakfast”:  Buttermilk biscuit halves topped with two eggs over-easy, elk sausage gravy, braised mushrooms, leeks, and grilled asparagus.  $9.95

“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).

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

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

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

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 7/5 & 7/6

CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES!
Saturday 7/5 & Sunday 7/6

White Chocolate Caramel 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

July Pancake: Pineapple upside down pancake with pecan caramel and whipped cream. $6.95

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

Hot Soup of the Day: Mulligatawny $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day: Mushroom, bacon, onion, and cheddar cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit. $8.25

Sandwich of the Day: “Cranberry Chicken Salad Croissant”: A warm butter croissant filled with our house chicken salad with honey, feta, and dried cranberries, and a spring lettuce blend. Served with a side of our loaded potato salad. $8.95

Eggs Benedict: Two English muffin halves topped with Canadian bacon, poached eggs, and fresh hollandaise sauce. $9.95 Add asparagus $1.00

“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).

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California Scramble: Scrambled eggs topped with white cheese blend, diced tomato, green and red onion, sliced Avocado and our Sriracha cream served on English muffin halves. $9.95

“Graham Cracker Crusted French Toast”: Pullman bread French toast battered and then graham cracker crusted grilled and topped with a rum raisin sauce and whipped cream. $9.95

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Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 6/28 & Sunday 6/29

CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES! 
Saturday 6/28 & Sunday 6/29

Chocolate Raspberry 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:  Olla Podrida (Spanish Lentil Stew) $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day:  “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: “Chipotle Club Wrap”:  Sliced turkey, pepper bacon, lettuce, tomato, avocado, and chipotle mayonnaise all wrapped in a flour tortilla. Served with a side of pasta salad.  $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).

Chef’s Tex Mex Chorizo Breakfast Casserole:  Rendered chorizo sausage, peppers, onions, pinto beans, potatoes, cilantro, and a white cheese blend mixed together and baked into a casserole. Served with mango salsa.  $8.95

“Pain Au Chocolat French Toast”:  A chocolate-laced croissant French toast, battered, and topped with a rum raisin sauce and whipped cream.  $9.95

“The Neptune Breakfast”:  (Chef’s Plate A):  A split butter milk biscuit topped with two over-easy eggs, a crabmeat cream sauce, steamed asparagus, grilled shrimp and sliced green onions. $10.95

A Side of Cheddar Cheese and Onion Hash Browns  $3.95

Homemade Granola Bars  $2.50

 

 

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 6/21 and Sunday 6/22

CHEF’S WEEKEND FEATURES!
Saturday 6/21 & Sunday 6/22

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Quiche of the Day: “Pineapple, Goat Cheese, and Sage”: Caramelized pineapple, goat cheese, and fresh sage mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit. $8.25

Sandwich of the Day: “Thai Barbeque Pot Roast”: Four hour braised pot roast in a Thai sweet chili sauce with ginger, cilantro and caramelized onions served on Pullman bread with a side of pasta salad. $8.95

“Café Scotsman”: Our version of a scotch egg … a hard cooked egg encased in elk and pork sausages served on split buttermilk biscuit halves, topped with fresh tomato chutney, and surrounded with sausage gravy. $9.95

“Red Flannel Hash and Eggs”: Our house root vegetable hash of roasted beets, rutabaga, garlic, onion, potato, herbs and balsamic with chopped pot roast and pan drippings added. Topped with two eggs over-easy and buttermilk biscuit $9.95

“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).

California Scramble: Scrambled eggs topped with a white cheese blend, diced tomato, green and red onion, sliced avocado and our Sriracha cream sauce, then served on English muffin halves. $9.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.50

 

 

 

Chef’s Weekend Features! Saturday 6/14 and Sunday 6/15

HAPPY FATHER’S DAY WEEKEND! 

Saturday, June 6th and Sunday, June 8th

Chocolate Raspberry 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:  Cream of Asparagus  $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day:  Sundried tomato, apple bacon, Portobello and white cheddar cheese, mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.25

Sandwich of the Day:  “Café BLT”:  Bacon, lettuce, tomato, and avocado mayonnaise served on toasted wheat with a side of loaded potato salad. $8.95

Crème Brûlée French Toast:  Our honey-white bread caramel glazed then soaked in crème brûlée custard, baked, and then topped with our honey-berry sauce and whipped cream. $9.95

“Portobello Steak and Eggs #2”:  Balsamic marinated grilled Portobello mushrooms topped with seared spinach, feta cheese, a splash of Sriracha, and two eggs scrambled, topped with a roasted garlic and red pepper sauce then garnished with sliced green onions. Served with a side of fresh fruit. $9.95

“Chorizo Hash”:  Diced redskin potatoes, onion, peppers, toasted corn, cilantro, and chorizo grilled and topped with two eggs over-easy, cheddar cheese, diced tomatoes, jalapenos, and Sriracha cream sauce.  Served with a buttermilk biscuit. $9.95

“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).

Elk Sausage Biscuits and Gravy:  A little heartier rendition of our house biscuits and gravy with Indiana elk sausage and fresh sage. $8.95

Homemade Granola Bars  $2.50

Chef’s Weekend Features! Saturday 6/7 and Sunday 6/8

Saturday, June 6th and Sunday, June 8th

 

Chocolate Raspberry 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:  French Onion  $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day:  Asparagus, ham, onion, red pepper and cheddar cheese, mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.25

Sandwich of the Day:  “Crab Salad Wrap”:  Our house recipe crab salad with snow and Surimi crab, mayonnaise, celery, onion, and lemon zest wrapped in a flour tortilla with lettuce and tomato.  Served with a side of loaded potato salad.  $8.95

Eggs Benedict:  Two English muffin halves topped with Canadian bacon, poached eggs, and fresh hollandaise sauce.  $9.95  Add asparagus $1.00

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 Cheddar Cheese and Onion Hash Browns  $3.95

Homemade Granola Bars  $2.50

 

 

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

Chef’s Weekend Features! Saturday 5/24 and Sunday 5/25

Saturday, May 24th and Sunday, May 25th 

Happy Race and Memorial Day Weekend!!! 

Chocolate Covered Cherry  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

May Pancake:  “Blueberry Buckle” with butter and whipped cream.  $6.95

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

Hot Soup of the Day:  Chunky Potato $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day:  Asparagus, bacon, roasted red pepper, and cheddar cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.25

Sandwich of the Day:  Chicken salad Wrap:  Our house recipe chicken salad with the addition of dried cranberries, honey, feta cheese, and chopped lettuce all wrapped in a flour tortilla.  Served with loaded potato salad.

“Portobello Steak and Eggs”:  Balsamic-marinated grilled Portobello mushrooms topped with seared spinach, feta cheese, a splash of Sriracha, and two poached eggs served with a roasted red pepper sauce and fresh fruit.  $9.95

Chef’s Plate: “The Belly Warmer”:  A buttermilk biscuit split and topped with grilled Canadian bacon, two eggs over-easy, sausage gravy, roasted red peppers and sliced scallions.  $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).

California Scramble:  Scrambled eggs topped with a white cheese blend, diced tomato, green and red onion, sliced Avocado, and our Sriracha cream sauce, and served on English muffin halves.  $9.95

Warm Mixed-Berry Pie with whipped cream  $3.95

Homemade Granola Bars  $2.00

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday 5/17 & Sunday 5/18

Saturday, May 17th and Sunday, May 18th

Chocolate Raspberry 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

May Pancake:  “Blueberry Buckle” with butter and whipped cream.  $6.95

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

Hot Soup of the Day: Seafood Chowder $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Quiche of the Day: Smoked salmon, sun dried tomato, braised leeks, dill and white cheddar cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.25

Sandwich of the Day:  “Café Club Wrap”:  Sliced turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato, cheddar cheese, and basil mayonnaise in a flour tortilla. Served with a side loaded potato salad.  $8.95

“Chef’s Tex Mex Chorizo Gravy Plate”:  Three buttermilk biscuit halves topped with chorizo sausage gravy with toasted corn and fresh cilantro, and then finished with two eggs over-easy and roasted red peppers.  $9.95

Café Welsh Rarebit:  An English-style cheese toast:  Two slices of our sourdough bread with the center punched out, filled with two eggs fried medium in the middle, then topped with a sharp ale and cheddar cheese sauce, sliced scallions, and diced tomato. Served with a rasher of pepper bacon and the Chef’s version of Branston pickle.  $9.95

“The Chef’s Eleanor Rigby Plate”:  Grilled match stick cut vegetables:  squash, zucchini, daikon radish, onion, Portobello mushrooms, and heirloom spinach all grilled with feta cheese and a splash of Sriracha, then topped with grilled sliced tomato, roasted red pepper sauce, and two poached eggs. Served with a fruit cup.  $9.95

“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).

Graham Cracker-Crusted French Toast:  Our honey-white bread dipped in French toast batter, graham cracker-crusted, grilled, and then topped with our honey-berry sauce and whipped cream.  $9.95

A Side of Chorizo Sausage Patties  $4.95

Warm Mixed-Berry Pie with whipped cream  $3.95

Homemade Granola Bars  $2.00

Chef’s Weekend Features – Saturday, 5/10 and Sunday 5/11

Chocolate Covered Cherry 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

May Pancake: “Blueberry Buckle” with butter and whipped cream. $6.95

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

Hot Soup of the Day: Cream of Asparagus and Cheddar $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

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Quiche of the Day: Mushroom, Leek, Canadian bacon and cheddar cheese mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust. Served with a side of fresh fruit. $8.25

Sandwich of the day: “Earth Harvest Wrap“: Cooked julienne vegetables – daikon radish, zucchini, Portobello mushrooms, yellow squash, seared spinach and roasted red pepper with feta cheese in balsamic vinaigrette wrapped in a flour tortilla with shaved lettuce. Served with fruit. $8.95

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

“The Neptune Breakfast”: A split buttermilk biscuit topped with two over-easy eggs, a crabmeat cream sauce, steamed asparagus, grilled shrimp and sliced green onions. $10.95

“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).

“The Cheddar Jose Benedict”: A split buttermilk biscuit topped with two chorizo patties, two eggs over-easy, a cheddar sauce with cilantro and jalapenos, and finished with diced tomatoes. $9.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.00

Chef’s Weekend Features! Saturday 5/3 & Sunday 5/4

Saturday, May 3rd and Sunday, May 4th

Chocolate Raspberry 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

May Pancake:  “Blueberry Buckle” with butter and whipped cream  $6.95

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

Hot Soup of the Day:  Cream of Crab and Asparagus  $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Sandwich of the Day: “Baked Ciabatta Sandwich”:  Spinach, marinated Portobello mushroom, roasted red pepper, tomato, caramelized onion, and mozzarella on Ciabatta. Served with a side of pasta salad.  $8.95

Quiche of the Day:  Portobello mushrooms, sundried tomato, white cheddar cheese, and scallions mixed with an egg custard and baked in a pastry crust.  Served with a side of fresh fruit.  $8.25

Café French toast with Honeyed Berries:  Pullman bread French toast battered and grilled, then topped with a honeyed berry sauce and whipped cream.  $9.95

California Scramble:  Scrambled eggs topped with white cheese blend, diced tomato, green and red onion, sliced Avocado, and our Sriracha cream, served on English muffin halves.  $9.95

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

“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).

Elk Sausage Biscuits and Gravy:  A little heartier rendition of our house biscuits and gravy with Indiana elk sausage and fresh sage.  $8.95

Homemade Granola Bars $2.00

Chef’s Weekend Features! Saturday 4/26 & Sunday 4/27

Saturday, April 26th and Sunday, April 27th

Chocolate Raspberry 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

April Pancake: “Granola and Blackberries”: A warm blackberry sauce, vanilla, and honey on our original pancake stuffed with granola inside and topped with whipped cream. $6.95

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

Hot Soup of the Day: Chicken Noodle $5.50 bowl, $6.50 bread bowl

Sandwich of the Day: Pork and Portobello Sliders: Fall-off-the-bone tender, dry and wet rubbed pork shoulder cooked with Portobello mushrooms and Asian-style barbeque sauce. Topped with pickled-cabbage and served on slider buns with a side of our Loaded Potato Salad. $8.95

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Chef’s Tex Mex Chorizo Breakfast Casserole: Rendered chorizo sausage, peppers, onions, pinto beans, potato, cilantro, and a white cheese blend mixed together and baked into a casserole. Served with mango salsa. $8.95

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

The Chef’s Eleanor Rigby Plate: Match stick cut vegetables including squash, zucchini, daikon radish, onion, Portobello mushrooms, and spinach grilled with garlic and feta cheese with a splash of Sriracha then topped with grilled sliced tomato, roasted red pepper sauce, and two poached eggs. Served with a fresh fruit cup. $9.95

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