Not so fun as to be discounted during the happy hour special.
A tribute to the creative cooks in corrugated containers comes tater tots with our famous chili, jalapeno peppers, cheddar cheese sauce, salsa and sour cream. $9.91 Big enough to tip the house right of its wheels. You may eat the first 6 tots with your fingers, but after that for the love of all things holy please use a fork.
The deliciously simple yet rarely seen southern Italian composition of eggplant, olives, and tomatoes, served cold as an antipasto. $7.79 Includes pita bread because this, too, is messy when eaten with your hands.
Goat in a Boat
The perennial harbinger of summer: our famous cold feta and roasted red pepper dip served with warm pita wedges for dipping. Salty and briny, you’ve gotta love feta to like this. $8.83 Tastes like feta!
Crab on The Wire
Smoky bacon augments this rich, chilled crab dip reminiscent of the flavors that Baltimore made famous before the decline of the Great American City. $9.41 Served with warm pita wedges and not with a search warrant.
She’s Having Triplets!
Three Baby Burgers, now bigger & better and on brioche bun with sharp cheddar doled out with our special smoked jalapeno relish and genuine baby sauce for just $8.97.
No actual babies were harmed in the production of this appetizer.
SOUPS & SALADS
World Famous Patio Gazpacho
We think this is the real reason summer returns every year. Tomatoes and vegetables served at a temperature designed to refresh. $3.47 This soup has won over even the most steadfast cold soup non-believer.
Spin Spin Sugar
One pimp salad: Spinach and a little arugula, roasted bets, craisins, candied pecans and crumbled goat cheese, custom dressed with a complementary figgy vinaigrette. $9.33.
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 crumbly bleu cheese. $15.31
The Great Salmon I Am
Grilled wild salmon atop a mount of olives, spinach, greens, artichoke hearts, and feta, with our signature tarragon vinaigrette. $14.31
The Greatest American Gyro
Believe it or not, I’m walkin’ on tzatsiki, I never thought I could feel so freaky. Here’s the ultimate Greek street food: thinly sliced lamburger and crispy-cool cucumber sauce wrapped up in pita. $8.77 Messy. Requires frequent elbow cleanings.
More than just the most recognizable acronym preceding OPI, OMG, and ROTFLMAO, the BLT is a fine sandwich, proven over time. But we’ve made that even better with the addition of wild salmon* on a toasted ciabatta bun and a special rosemary accented compound mayonnaise. $11.88 and it comes with the self-righteous feeling you get when you eat something moderately healthy.
Short Rib Tacos
Closer to the bone, sweeter the meat. Louis Prima knew that way back when. Here it’s braised until it’s falling off the bone and tucked into tortillas to make handling a little easier. Big and beefy. $14.88 There’s virtually nothing that doesn’t go nicely in a tortilla. Makes you wonder why gringos invented bread.
No! Wire! Hangers! Steak*
We might not always get the approval of Mommie Dearest for the shenanigans we pull around here, but she’s a-ok with this cabernet-marinated hanger steak, grilled to order with roasted red potatoes.
*Please call restaurant for item availability.