10.00Spicy Chicken DrumettesMary’s Farm Chicken Frenched Drumettes Dipped in Spicy BasilSauce with a Cilantro Ranch.
47.00Cowboy Bone-in Rib-EyeA 36 oz. Painted Hills Ranch Beef Chop with a Delicate CreamedCauliflower Puree and Truffled Roasted Red Potatoes.
28.00Grilled New York StripGrilled new york strip
26.00Braised Short RibA Marin Sun Farms 12 Hr. Slow Braised Short Rib with a Bacon &Cheddar Potato Croquette & Spicy Bacon Greens.Mary’s Farm Marinated Airliner Chicken | Biryani RiceGolden Raisins | Purple Cauliflower | Marcona Almonds
21.00Herb Roasted Half ChickenA Half Mary’s Farm Chicken, Roasted with Bozzano Ranch OliveOil and Herb Butter. Alongside Wilted Frisee.Liberty Farms Duck | Red Wine ReductionCreamy Polenta | Baby Onions & Carrots
28.00French Chili Rubbed Pork ChopNiman Ranch Double Cut Pork Rib Chop Rubbed with Piment d’Espelette; a Dried French Chili. With Peas Tendrils and SweetPotato Bacon Hash.
27.00Pan Seared White Sea BassSeared California White Sea Bass in Rancho Gordo HeirloomBeans & Tomato Consommé. Finished with Seasoned Mache.
18.00California Garden PastaFettuccine Pasta with First of Spring Vegetables in a Lemon, Cream and Basil Reduction, and topped with Fresh Local Herbs..Options:
Mary’s Farm Chicken (4.00)
, Gulf Shrimp (6.00)
20.00Grilled Portobello & EggplantGrilled Local Portobello & Eggplant atop Bell Peppers andBiriyani Rice Finished with Harissa Sauce.
16.00Spring Pea RisottoPrincipato di Lucedio Arborio Rice Slow Cooked with EnglishPeas and Basil Oil finished with Parmesan Reggiano.
14.00The Burger½ lb. of Marin Sun Farms Ground Brisket or a House-MadePortobello Eggplant Burger on Acme Roll with a Choice ofCheese and a side of Fahrenheit Fries.
White Wines By The Glass
8.00Chateau Grand Traverse, Riesling, Michigan, 2008
7.00Seaglass, Riesling, Monterey County, California, 2010
9.00Hall, Sauvignon Blanc, Napa Valley, California, 2009
12.00Turnbull, Sauvignon Blanc, Oakville, Napa Valley, California, 2009
16.00Breggo, Pinot Gris, Anderson Valley, California, 2009
11.00Trefethen, Family Vineyard, Chardonnay, Napa Valley, California, 2009
13.00Starmont, Chardonnay, Napa Valley, California, 2009
16.00Au Bon Climate, Bien Nacido Vineyard, Chardonnay, Santa Barbara, California, 2005
8.00Odisea, “Veritable Quandary”, Full Bodied White Blend, California, 2010
8.00The White Knight, Viognier, Clarksburg, California, 2008
11.00Lange Twins, Viognier, California, 2010
Red Wines By The Glass
12.00Rex Hill, “Epicurean”, Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Oregon, 2009
10.00Shooting Star, Pinot Noir, Lake County, California, 2009
45.00Ridge, “Zinful Blend”, Lytton Springs, California, 2008
40.00Rosenblum Cellars, Zinfandel, Contra Costa County, California, 2007
10.00BlinkerOur take on the bright and refreshing, classic Blinker. FeaturingTempleton Rye Whiskey, fresh grapefruit, and Pama Pomegranateliqueur.A light and refreshing marriage of berry rum, champagne, fresh limes, and rose petals served on the rocks. No pun intended!
10.00ChrysanthemumThis sweet golden nectar made from Fine Vermouth, Bénédictine, and Elderflower Liqueur hints at the calming zen of Chinese floralteas.
10.00Lavender BelleFor those who must have vodka, Belvedere vodka lends its hand tocreate an exquisite elixir with crème Yvette, fresh lemon juice, andsoda.
10.00Lychee MartiniA secret recipe imported Honolulu featuring tropical rum and fresh fruit juices, which will take you away to the tropics.
10.00PetruchioPlymouth gin and Aperol, fresh lemon juice, and orange bitters, deliver a well rounded and balanced cocktail sure to tame any‘shrew’
10.00The R & R Old FashionedThe old dog can learn new tricks as it gets dressed up here withTempleton Rye, spiced rum, cherry heering, and maraschinoliqueur.
10.00Romeo & JulietA light and refreshing marriage of berry rum, champagne, freshlimes, and rose petals served on the rocks. No pun intended!
10.00Scottish PearA delicate balance of St. George Pear Liqueur, Glenfiddich 12Year Scotch, Hendricks Gin, and Lemon Juice gives this cocktail arefreshing bright sweetness with a slight complex hint of peat.
10.00Spicy AgaveA tour of Mexico lends a hand to this brilliant cocktail of CazadoresReposado Tequila, peach liquor, pineapple juice, lime juice, andchipotle powder tickling all of your taste sensations.
10.00Zim Zala BimA floral aroma welcomes you with this bold yet very easy todrink Don Julio Blanco martini with a touch orange biters and St.Germaine.
10.00Strawberry2 ripe strawberries muddled with patron silver and strawberry liqueur with a sugared rim
10.00PomegranatePama liqueur, don julio tequila & pomegranate nectar
Fresh Fruit Mojito
10.00RaspberryBacardi razz rum with fresh raspberries, fresh lime wedges, and fresh mint
10.00Strawberry MelonBacardi melon rum, garden strawberries, fresh mint and limes
7.00Ballast Point, Sculpin IPA, West Coast IPA, San Diego, CA (16oz Draft, 7.0%, IBU: 70)This Silver Medal winner is bright with aromas of apricot, peach, mango and lemon. Its lighter body also brings out the crispness of the hops. Named after the Sculpin fish which has poisonous spikes on its fins that can give a strong sting. Ironical y, the meat from a Sculpin is considered some of the tastiest. Something that has a sting but tastes great, sounds like a Bal ast Point India Pale Ale.
6.00Drake’s, 1500, American Pale Ale, San Leandro, CA (12oz Bottle, 5.5%, IBU: 48)Aroma of citrus notes, orange, lemon, pineapple and a small but noticeable bit of sweetness. Flavors of spicy pale malt, a huge mouthful of aggressive grapefruit and pine hop notes and a clean juicy finish, it’s no wonder this won the Silver Medal at the 2008 Great American Beer Festival!
7.00Deschutes, Mirror pond, American Pale Ale, Bend, OR (16oz Draft, 5.0%, IBU: 40)The quintessential northwest pale ale. This incredibly balanced beer has taken home four medals at the Great American Beer Festival including a Gold Medal in 1994 and 2010. A perfect blend of Pale and Crystal Malt allow the Cascade hops to linger on the palate but not overpower.
6.00Bear Republic, Racer 5, West Coast IPA, Healdsburg, CA (12oz Bottle, 7.0%, IBU: 75)The dominant note in the nose is pine, with some sweetness. Nice carbonation, moderate flavor hops, and pronounced but still soft bitterness. The Racer 5 is lean and restrained for an IPA. It’s good for drinkers who like solid bitterness but are put off by the over-the-top West Coast hop character of many Ipas.
6.00Speakeasy Ales & Lagers, Prohibition ale, Amber Ale, San Francisco, CA (12oz Bottle, 6.1%, IBU: 24)The first beer Speakeasy bootlegged back in the early days of the brewery. Pours a deep reddish amber hue, with a fluffy tan head. A lush, complex aroma on the senses with juicy grapefruit, citrus, pine, spice and candied caramel malts. Mouth feel is creamy, with a silky, medium body and modest carbonation. Winner of the Gold Medal for American Amber Ale at the 2013 Great American Beer Festival.
6.00Bear Republic, Red rocket ale, Amber Ale, Healdsburg, CA (12oz Bottle, 6.8%, IBU: 67)With a big hop profile that is more like an IPA than a lighter pale ale, this beer is real y driven by bitterness, with a bit of malt hiding within. Plenty of hop flavor and some dark grain notes fil out the package This full bodied and hoppy brew finishes on the palate with sweet, caramel malt flavors. Winner of two consecutive Silver Medals at the Great American Beer Festival.
7.00North Coast, Pranqster, Belgian Style Golden Ale, Fort Bragg, CA (16oz Draft, 7.6%, IBU: 20)A fruity, aromatic Belgian style ale. Using traditional Belgian brewing techniques and yeast blends to produce a floral nose of apricots and cloves, Pranqster leaves you a soft mouthfeel and a clean finish. Winner of the Silver Medal at the 2003 Great American Beer Festival. Browns, porters, & stouts
Brown, Posters, & Stouts
7.00Drakes, Black robusto porter, Porter, San Leandro, CA (16oz Draft, 6.3%, IBU: 35)Winner of the Silver Medal for best Robust Porter at the 2013 Great American Beer Fest, this beer is dark, ful bodied, and higher in alcohol than the standard Brown Porter. A touch of spicy, herbal hop character with a hints of bittersweet chocolate and coffee lasting into the finish.
6.00Deschutes, Black butte porter, Porter, Bend, OR (12oz Bottle, 5.2%, IBU: 30)Distinctive chocolate and roasted finish and an incredibly creamy mouth feel. This classic brown porter has taken home five medals at the Great American Beer Festival including a Gold Medal in 2006
6.00Anderson Valley, Barney flats oatmeal stout, Stout, Boonville, CA (12oz Bottle, 5.7%, IBU: 13)With its deep, dark brown-black color, thick, full -bodied, velvety-smooth mouth feel, mocha character, and, strong yet subtle hop bite, no wonder this Gold Medal winner is one of the most respected stouts available.
6.00North Coast, Old Rasputin, Russian Imperial Stout, Fort Bragg, CA (12oz Bottle, 9.0%, IBU: 75)According to legend, it took copious amounts of poison, three gunshots, a beating, and a drowning to take down Grigori Rasputin. Fortunately, Old Rasputin is more refined than its namesake and easier to drink than most of the Imperials. Produced in the tradition of 185y century brewers who supplied the imperial court of Russia, this two time Gold Medalist is a rich, intense brew with big complex flavors and a warming finish.
Fruits, Wits, & Wheats
7.00Avery Brewing Company, White rascal, Belgian Witbier, Boulder, CO (16oz Draft, 5.6%, IBU: 22)A truly authentic Belgian style wheat ale, cleverly spiced with coriander and Curacao orange peel producing a refreshingly zesty classic ale. Winner of the Silver medal at the 2012 Great American Beer Festival
6.00Drakes, Hefe, Hefeweizen, San Leandro, CA (12oz Bottle, 4.5%, IBU: 15)A Bavarian style wheat beer. 60% wheat malt and 40% 2-row malt are incorporated with Noble hops imported from Germany. The resulting wort is fermented with a Bavarian yeast strain that imparts the distinctive banana and clove aromas found in this style of beer. The brewers skip the filtration step for that nice cloudy appearance, and great unfiltered flavor.
6.00Crispin Cider, Original, Apple Cider, Colfax, CA (12oz Bottle, 5.0%)A classical y styled, but untraditional hard apple cider. Fruit forward, with a fresh, appley nose and a deliciously creamy, refreshingly crisp mouth feel.
Lagers & Pilsners
6.00Firestone Walker, Pivo hoppy pilsner, German Pilsner, Paso Robles, CA (16oz Draft, 5.3%, IBU: 40)Winner of the Gold Medal for best German Pilsner at the 2013 Great American Beer Fest! Everything you love about a classic German Pilsner with a hobby Bohemian twist. Dry hopped with German Saphir for a touch of bergamot zest and lemongrass. Refreshing and light bodied.
7.00North Coast, Scrimsaw, German Pilsner, Fort Bragg, CA (12oz Bottle, 4.2%, IBU: 22)A fresh tasting Pilsner brewed in the finest European tradition. This Gold Medal winning beer has a subtle hop character, a crisp, clean palate, and a dry finish.
5.00Coors Brewing Company, Coors light, Pale Lager, Golden, CO (12oz Bottle, 4.2% )
5.00Heineken Nederland, Heineken, Euro Pale Lager, Netherlands (12oz Bottle, 5.0%)
5.00Grupo Modelo, Corona, Pale Lager, Mexico (12oz Bottle, 4.6%)
HAPPY HOUR - all items 1/2 off 5pm-7pm Mon-Sat (including Specialty Cocktails & Craft Beers)
Soup & Salads
6.00Chef's Daily SoupDaily creation of seasonal soup