Wednesday October 28th
West Coast Chowder
(our version of New England Clam Chowder)
also sold to take home by the quart, hot or cold!
buffalo, kung pao, smokin' honey hot or atomic magma
Salimex Wet Burrito
grilled salmon, caramelized plantains, rice, beans, avocado,
chipotle, and toreados all wrapped in a large flour tortilla and smothered with our smoky enchilada sauce
Taiwaneese Pork Belly Bowl
umami bomb braised pork belly over rice with avocado slices, sweet and salty crushed peanuts, cilantro and a soft boiled egg
Have you tried our Sangria and Craft Cocktail Mixes?
We serve them in-house as sangria mixes or as mocktails mixed with seltzer
You can serve them in your house however you would like!
(available by the pint or the quart to-go)
Strawberry Pink Peppercorn : A fruity blend of orange and strawberry with a light floral undertone from the pink peppercorns and a touch of basil. Our favorite to mix with this is a fruity white wine (try it with the Old York Cellar's Peach), but it also goes great with a light red, or bubbly prosecco for mimosas. For a refreshing cocktail, mix with vodka and top off with seltzer.
Spicy Grilled Pineapple : House grilled pineapple puree with a serrano pepper simple syrup, chunks of grilled pineapple, red and green grapes, and a few slices of fresh serrano pepper. This one packs some heat, but nothing you can't handle! You will be pleasantly surprised at how well this mixes with just about any red wine, a robust red such as a Cabernet pairs well. This mix also makes a killer margarita!! Strain the fruit from the mix to be added back into your glass after mixing your cocktail. Try one part pineapple mix, half a part fresh lime juice, with one part tequila (we recommend a reposada) and one part triple sec. Shake vigorously and pour over ice (salted rim or not)!
Grapefruit - Elderflower - Blackberry: oh this one is special! We tested it with Old York Red, Old York White and the Rose' Reserve and by FAR it was best with the rose'! ROSE' ALL DAY! Refreshing with enough sweetness to balance the bite of the grapefruit and the elderberry notes really bring out the flavor of the rose'. As a cocktail, we recommend trying it with gin. Shake equal parts gin and mix and strain over ice... a garnish of fresh tarragon compliments the juniper berry!