Soups & Salads
— Traditional Italian Divorce Soup —
Unlike its namesake, this broth won’t leave you stewing with a bitter taste in your mouth. What was once rich and creamy is now irrevocably broken, without reasonable grounds. Should be served cold, like revenge, but we put it out piping hot. At least now you can have your meatballs back…
— Labor-Inducing Vegetarian Chili —
Served with sour cream and fried pita chips, but not recommended late in the 3rd trimester. Contains no meat, unlike the vegetarian chili that you find in the suburbs.
— Cream o’ Tomato —
Remember walking with your partner to the primary school lunchroom then going single file through the cafeteria line and the smell of the grilled cheese and the nice older ladies in the hair nets filling melamine bowls on the trays with the little round indentation to keep the bowl from slipping that would be steaming with the hot creamy tomato soup that by all means you should hate because it has tomatoes in it and you’re supposed to still hate tomatoes and you secretly love but won’t admit? Yeah. This is like that, only better.
— Arugula Steak Salad * —
The rich, peppery green made famous by Vincent “Vinnie” Antonelli in My Blue Heaven is the perfect underlayment for this hearty salad topped with a grilled, marinated hanger steak and bleu cheese.
— Spin Spin Sugar —
One pimp salad: Spinach and a little arugula, roasted beets, craisins, candied pecans and crumbled goat cheese, custom dressed with a complementary figgy vinaigrette.
— Hail, Caesar! —
Caesar dressed his appropriately in the kitchen as do we; Caligula just tossed salad. $11.87 And since this is Pixburgh, grilled marinated chicken breast ‘cause most salads really need meated up.
— Salad de la Burgh —
The Pittsburgh staple with fries, shredded provolone and mozzarella cheeses, and grilled, marinated chicken tenders. $11.87 You might almost forget you’re eating a healthy salad. Doesn’t this just cry out for Ranch? This is the way Little Donnie likes it up ‘ere in Cheswick!Burghers
— Alexander the Greek Salad —
One banged-up economy, but a great salad! Chopped iceberg lettuce, feta, and Greek olives, tossed with lemon-herb vinaigrette. $9.33
— Quickie Salad Chop Chop —
Iceberg lettuce and baby mesclun greens, cucumbers, tomatoes, bacon, and many, many more veggies all carved up with grilled chicken, bacon, and a fig vinaigrette so all you have to do is fork it in. $11.87 Perfect for eating with one hand tied behind your back!