Meatloaf Special: $7.25
Our Homemade Meatloaf heated with Provolone Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Mayo, and Ketchup on a toasted Bulkie Roll.
The Hot Spot!: $7.50
Buffalo Chicken with Bacon, Blue Cheese Dressing, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion and Banana Peppers all on toasted Focaccia Bread.
Patrick's Pick: $7.50
Roast Beef, Bacon and Swiss Cheese on a toasted Baguette with Chipotle Sauce, Lettuce, Tomato and Onion. Howling Moon: $7.25
Honey Maple Ham with Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Mayonnaise and Brown Spicy Mustard all on a toasted French Baguette. Triple Crown: $8.25
Pastrami and Corn Beef piled high with Swiss Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Mayo, Brown Spicy Mustard all on toasted Focaccia Bread.
Vegetarian Special: Free To Play: $6.95
Chipotle Sauce, Hummus, Cheddar Cheese, Roasted Red Peppers, Cucumbers, Lettuce, and Onions all on a toasted French Baguette.
This week: What to drink with your fish, shellfish, grilled chicken, pork and steaks.
Shellfish first – after all, shell fishing is the Cape’s most acclaimed industry! We can’t think of a more perfect way to enjoy oysters or clams than sipping a cold glass of Ragotiere Muscadet (Les Schistes 2014) – dry, crisp and refreshing – the best from the France’s Loire Valley.
Fish next – the freshest you can get comes from Cape waters, and the wine best suited to enjoy it with is Sauvignon Blanc. MOMO 2014, is our pick - well balanced, not too tart - a great example of Marlboro, New Zealand’s renowned wine growing and wine making expertise.
Chicken and pork aren’t the Cape’s most famous foods, but we sure do grill a lot of it here in the summertime! Pinot Noir comes to mind as a great enhancement to these white meats, Jargon Pinot Noir 2013, to be more specific. California produces some of the best Pinot Noirs, and this one is high on our list – offering tastes of berries and cherries with a fine, aromatic finish.
Don’t let beef steal your show – give equal time to a bold and mellow red wine from Mendoza, Argentina: Dona Paula Estate Red Wine 2014 – adelicious blend of Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petite Verdot, fruity but dry, rich and delicious with a lingering finish.