Specials for the week: March 17th – 23rd

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! We are very proud of our Celtic roots. In fact, a Celtic tribe, known as the Gallaeci, settled in an area north of the Douro River now called Galicia (Spain), where our family originates. It is considered the seventh of the original Celtic nations! Just like in Ireland, bagpipes are a traditional folk musical instrument in Galicia. We’re playing Spanish Galician Celtic music throughout the restaurant this weekend. So, get your green ready and save room for our mint chocolate chip martini. Come in for dinner and try our Galician style chowder with clams, monk fish, potatoes, Applewood bacon, and leeks – – – perfect for a festive dinner tonight! See all our specials for the week:


Galician style chowder with clams, monk fish, potatoes, Applewood bacon, and leeks | 8.00  


Tosta Mediterránea
Flat bread with Fontina cheese, roasted colored peppers, baby arugula, Serrano ham, fire grilled marinated artichokes, and topped with Balsamic reduction drizzle | 12.00  

Vieiras a la Gallega
Traditional Galician style scallops with a saffron onion and diced Serrano ham confit served in a scallop shell | 12.00  

Ensalada de arrúgala con camarón
Baby arugula and grilled marinated shrimp salad with avocado, grape tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion, and tomato beet cabernet vinaigrette | 12.00  


Mahi-mahi a la plancha
Grilled Mahi-mahi with tropical salsa of mango, colored peppers, red onion, jalapeno, cucumber, and tomato over Cuban style rice | 26.00  

Bistec a la plancha
Grilled Certified Black Angus New York sirloin strip with shitake mushroom green peppercorn brandy sauce | 27.00

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