The Main Event

Coyote Not So Bad Looking

$26.95

Olive oil and fresh herb marinated New York strip grilled to your specifications in a rich brown demi glace sauce with fried onion rings, daily vegetable and mashed potatoes

Cattleman’s Holiday

$23.95

12-ounce marbled, beefy Rib-eye steak flame grilled with port wine sage butter and pan gravy, served over garlic, bacon mashed potatoes with daily vegetables

Rising Sun Stir-Fry

Stir-fried garden vegetables tossed in our secret teriyaki sauce served over healthful brown rice

  • with Chicken | $17.95
  • with Sauteed Shrimp | $18.95
  • with Grilled Salmon | $19.95
  • with Sesame Crusted Tilapia | $17.95
  • with Pan-Seared Tuna | $19.95

Coal Miner’s Daughter

$16.95

Traditional Glazed Meatloaf in rich brown gravy over buttery mashed potatoes with garden vegetables

Swimming Upstream

$19.95

Italian Herb crusted pan seared salmon with basil butter over charred tomato sauce with cheddar polenta cakes (gluten free)

Oh My Cod

$17.95

Local craft beer battered Atlantic cod served Cape Cod style with french fries, coleslaw and red pepper tartar sauce

Mac Daddy BBQ

$15.95

House smoked BBQ pulled pork paired with Southern styled cheddar macaroni and cheese with bread crumb crust

Ocean’s Roar

$18.95

Gulf Shrimp sautéed with roasted garlic cloves, fresh tomatoes, basil pesto, local mozzarella and baby spinach tossed with penne pasta in a Pesto Cream sauce with garlic toast

Creole Queen

$16.95

Panko crusted boneless breast of chicken served over linguine pasta in a creamy Cajun sauce with broccoli florets, roasted peppers and peas with garlic bread

Chamber of Tuscany

$17.95

Grilled Ravioli filled with Ricotta Cheese, tossed with white beans, sun-dried tomatoes and spinach in a caper butter sauce

Note:

  • Pasta dishes may contain pesto which has nuts
  • An industry standard 18% gratuity will be added to parties of six and more
  • Plate sharing will be subject to a $2.00 extra plating fee
  • The health department would like us to inform you thoroughly cooking meat, fish and poultry and egg products reduce the risk of food borne illness

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