The menu posted was the following:
First Course - Choose One:
Shrimp Risotto - Basil, marinated tomato, Parmesan
Garden Salad - Cucumber, shaved vegetables, lemon vinaigrette
Squash soup - Caramelized onion, white cheddar tater tot, chive
Second Course - Choose One:
Pekin Duck - Sweet potato puree, sweet corn, tarragon, haricot vert
Seared Grouper - Heriloom polenta, summer squash, chive, malt vinegar
Grilled Pork - White beans, apricot, baby carrots, arugula, sherry jus
Desert - Choose One:
Chocolate Creme Brulee - Candied Bacon
Flourless Chocolate Cake - Vanilla Angais
Cherry Clafoutis - Black Cherry Jam,
We were able to add wine pairings to each of our selections (three total) for an additional $15. As if the 3-course meal for $30 wasn't value enough...add three full glasses of wine for $5 each? Anyone who would turn this down is a fool!
We were pleasantly surprised when we were brought bread (pictured above). Two samplings; one with a black truffle oil and sea salt and another cheddar garlic biscuit. Our bread server (for lack of a better term) had no problem letting us know his favorite was the black truffle oil roll, and although both were tasty, I cannot disagree with him. That piece of bread was simply amazing. We also were served a potato soup which was almost more of a seasoned potato puree in a cute and tiny little shot-sized mug. The flavor was outstanding. These little unexpected extras did not go unnoticed. We could have left after these previews and been completely impressed and satisfied!