Today’s Specials

Today’s Specials

Liquor FeatureHardshore Gin,

a surprisingly complex gin despite being made with only five botanicals that come from the family farm and using only the water from nearby Sebago Lake (Northwest of Portland)  It is bright and distinctive with leafy notes of fresh rosemary and mint upfront, supported by orris root (iris), coriander and, of course, bold Tuscan juniper. The Hardshore family handpicks all of their herbs and botanicals, treating them lightly to preserve their freshness, distinctive flavors and fragrance. Distilling is done in small batches that ensure the true craftsmanship and art of the final product is in the forefront of every sip. The neutral base is hand-crafted from grain grown on our founder’s family farm and provides a smooth, full mouthfeel which allows the gin’s distinctive flavor to unfold slowly with each sip. It lights up with tonic and makes what we consider, humbly, to be the worlds greatest negroni, but leave it alone with an ice cube for a truly remarkable experience.

Regular Price $35/750 ML.. Featured Price $31/750 ml.. 2 or more Bottles $29/750 ml Carryout only

Wine Feature: Bodega Del Rio “Verum” Chardonnay 2018, Patagonia. Argentina

a boutique, family winery with 45 acres of high-density vineyards in the Alto Valle del Rio Negro, Patagonia. The winemakers are internationally renowned Hans Vinding-Diers and the local Agustín Lombroni. Their experience and understanding of this unique Patagonian terroir, along with Marcelo Casazza’s precise vineyard management, impart great personality to the wines. Verum is a shining example of the awesome winemaking potential in Patagonia. Wine Enthusiast recommended the winery and highlighted it as Rio Negro vanguard and Tim Atkin MW named Verum an Argentine Second Growth.

This small production Chardonnay come from Estate vineyards that an average of 10 years old that yield just over 2lbs per vine for Wine production. The Winery is 100% sustainable and only hand harvest all of their vineyards with meticulous selection at harvest and on the sorting table.  Fermentation and Maceration last approximately 20 days ensure depth in flavor and subtle nuances. There is no Malolactic fermentation thus creating a crisp, fresh, vibrant wine. Barrel ageing is dome in 10% new French oak. 10% used American oak with the remaining in stainless steel tanks.

Aromas of green apples, lemon curd, lemon pith are highlighted by ample crisp fresh white apple blossoms with touches of newly blossoming  honeysuckles. Flavors are full, echoing the aromas, but adding a touch of creaminess due to sitting on the lees during fermentation.  Green apples, slightly unripe Bosc pear, touches of citrus linger on the pallet for a nice long finish. This wine will pair very well with seafood, fish, light chicken or pork dishes.  5500 cases produced, 1400 imported into the United States.   90 pts Wine advocate, 93 points James Suckling

Regular Dine-in Price $22. Carryout Feature Price $17/btl.. 6 or more bottles $14 per bottle 90 pts Wine advocate. 

 

Beer Feature:

Specials Available after 4pm Daily

Pizza Special: Pork Belly, Pineapple, Korean BBQ, Scallions & Toasted Sesame

Steak & Cheese Sub: Shaved prime New York strip, Peppers, Onions, Lettuce, Tomatoes, on a Toasted sub Roll and served with French Fries $14

Appetizer: Seared Scallops with Brandy Cream $20 

Soup: Beef Toscana with Pork, Chicken, Cream, Potato and Kale $8

Quart: $16

Specials:  

Appetizer: Crispy Pork Belly, Plum Yuzu Sauce and Micro Arugula $12

Butchers: Tournedos Rossini: 2 4 oz Filet Mignon Medallions, Truffle Foie Gras, Fingerling Potatoes, Grilled Belgian Endive $42

Pasta: Sautéed Bay Scallops, Tossed with Fresh Tagliatelle, Royal Trumpet Mushrooms, Squash, Roma Tomatoes, Zest Tomato Sauce $24.    

Catch: Blackened Mahi, Roasted Corn and Fava Bean Sautee, Citrus Jasmine Rice, Red Soral Salad, Pineapple Gastrique  $32 

 

 

Desserts

Chocolate Hazelnut Tort $8

Peanut Butter Pie  $8

Harvest Smash: Upside down Apple Pie with Pecans and Bourbon Caramel  $6

Flourless Chocolate Cake  $8

Vanilla or Chocolate Gelato $6 (2 scoops) $9 quart (carryout)

Kalua Crème Brule $8 Dine-In only

 

 

 

 

CARRY OUT SPECIAL ONLY, not available for dine in

Fill your growler from our 16 Craft Beer Selections $15 – (exceptions may apply)

(Growlers available for purchase as well)

Cheese Pizza and 6 pack $14

1 LB of Wings and 6 pack  $15

2 LB of wings and 6 pack $20

Cheese Pizza, 1 LB of Wings and 6 pack $20

Craft Beers Charged Accordingly 

Add select toppings to your pizza for $2 more

Wing Sauce choices: Buffalo, Korean BBQ, Old Bay

 

Beer Choices – (subject to change)

No additional charge – Bud Light, Mich Ultra, Miller Lite

For $1 more- Sol, Stella

For $4 more – Flying Dog Thunderpeel IPA, Black Widow Apple and Blackberry Cider

Kids make your own pizza kit: Dough, Sauce, Cheese, Pepperoni $7

Please note: Most of our regular Dinner menu is available. We will be adjusting items on a daily basis due to availability, freshness and demand. We will update as soon as we can, however specials
and menu items may deplete during business hours

6 Comments

  1. Ida Romano

    Says 05 Aug 2020 at 10:04 pm

    Hi are you still doing family meals to go?

    • Rik Squillari

      Says 19 Aug 2020 at 3:06 pm

      we have put them on hold for the time being, demand has dwindled as diners are coming back in to seated dinning. If they anything you would like, and I have enough notice, I can make something happen

  2. Maureen

    Says 07 Aug 2020 at 11:26 am

    Can you switch out for wine for any one the carry out specials? Not everyone likes beer 😞🍺🍷

    • Rik Squillari

      Says 19 Aug 2020 at 3:07 pm

      yes, we typically have a basic chardonnay, Pinot Grigio and a red that we can substitute. For an additional charge there a numerous upgrades. Price would be based on the wine

  3. Paul Livingston

    Says 15 Aug 2020 at 8:43 am

    Just checked your web site and it appears that you are no longer open for lunch and I wanted to confirm that

    • admin

      Says 15 Aug 2020 at 2:29 pm

      Hi Paul! We are open for brunch and lunch on Sundays only. For now 😉
      Monday – Saturday: 4pm-9pm
      Sundays: 10:30am-9pm

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