60 per person – Pick-up Wednesday 3/17 from 12 noon
Although the holiday originally started as a feast day celebrating the life of St. Patrick, today, it is a day of revelry and a celebration of all things Irish.
St. Patrick’s Day is the traditional day for planting peas, even in the snow!
Cabbage seeds are often planted today, too, and old-time farmers believed that to make them grow well, you needed to plant them while wearing your nightclothes.
Cauliflower Soup, Irish Cheddar crisp, roasted cauliflower, green onion-black truffle hash
Watercress Salad, cucumber, raspberry, radish, Irish Cheddar crisp, fennel-mustard vinaigrette
Pan Fried Cod Cakes – Tartar sauce 16
Irish Sausage – Sweet onion stout gravy 18
Vegetable Shepherd’s Pie
Lentils, white beans, spring vegetables, porcini mushrooms, garlic, kale, Smashed Yukon Gold Potatoes
Guinness & Lamb Stew
Potatoes, heirloom carrots, leeks, hakurei turnips, celery root, peas, parsley
Slow Roasted Corned Beef Brisket
Butter braised cabbage, roasted heirloom carrots, butter ball potatoes, parsley
Horseradish Cream, Guinness Mustard
Colcannon – Russet potatoes, leeks, garlic, garden kale, green onion, butter
Roasted Assorted Mushrooms – Herbs and Butter
Irish Cream, Mint and Dark Chocolate Bread Pudding
Golden Raisin-Ver jus Syrup, Irish Dark Chocolate Stout Sauce