Brunch Menu

Blues, Bloodies & Brunch

 Classic Eggs Benedict – $9.95
2 Poached Eggs on an English Muffin with Canadian Bacon and Hollandaise Sauce
Florentine Benedict – $10.95     Crab Benedict – $11.95     Lobster Benedict – $14.95

Omelets ‘Your Way’ – $9.95
3 Eggs, with your choice of 3 items … Additional items – $.50
Ham, Bacon, Sausage, Tomato, Peppers, Onions, Mushrooms, Broccoli
American, Mozzarella, Swiss or Cheddar Cheese
(Egg White Omelet Available – Add $3.00)

Texas French Toast – $8.95
With a side of Bacon or Sausage and Real Vermont Maple Syrup

Breakfast Pizza – $9.95
2 Eggs, Mozzarella Cheese, with your choice of
Ham, Bacon, or Sausage … Additional Toppings – $.50

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House Garden Salad – $5.95
Romaine & Mesclun Lettuces, Tomatoes, Onions, Olives & Cucumbers
With Grilled Chicken – $8.95          With Grilled NY Strip Steak – $12.95

Greek Salad – $7.95
Romaine Lettuce, Peppers, Kalamata Olives, Cucumbers, Cherry Tomatoes,
Red Onions, Feta Cheese and Greek Dressing
With Grilled Chicken – $10.95        With Grilled NY Strip Steak – $13.95

Lobster Salad – $15.95
Served over Mixed Greens

Lobster Roll – $15.95
Served on a Grilled Croissant with Fries

Crab Cakes – $9.95
2 Homemade Crab Cakes over Mixed Greens with Pineapple Mango Salsa
Blackened Cod Sandwich – $9.95
Cod Blackened on a skillet
Served with Fries

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*Sliced NY Strip Steak Sandwich – $14.95
Served Open Faced on Toast Points with Fries

*Cafe Cheese Burger – $10.50
Our 8 oz Hand Crafted Sirloin Burger & Fries
Add Bacon – $1.00

Chicken Club Sandwich – $10.50
Classic club with Grilled Chicken
Served with French Fries

*Blues, Bloodies & Brunch Burger – $11.95
Our 8 oz Hand Crafted Sirloin Burger, Topped with a Fried Egg
Served with French Fries

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Soup in a Bread Bowl
Clam Chowder – $6.50     Homemade Chili – $6.50     Soup du Jour – $6.50


For your convenience—a 20% gratuity will be added to parties of 6 or more.
Hamburgers are cooked to customer’s request. Consumption of raw or undercooked
food of Animal origin may increase risk of contracting food-borne illnesses.
Customers who are especially vulnerable to food-borne illnesses should only
eat foods of animal origin that are thoroughly cooked.