Holiday dinner features

Veal Chop Dijonnaise

Veal Chop Dijonnaise

The holidays demand a little something extra. We’re adding a few elegant dishes to our menu to carry you through the end of December. You can read all about them below. You can also review a PDF of all of the holiday dinner features here: Eddie Merlot’s Holiday Features

Half Lobster – Appetizer or Add-on: $21; Entrée, $42
Nova Scotia lobster half with butter and finished with seasoned gratinee

Veal Chop Dijonnaise $36
14 oz. with Dijon herb demi and roasted mushrooms

Natural Porterhouse $59
26 oz. King of steaks, best of both worlds. New York Strip and Filet Mignon on the bone

Farm-raised Elk Chop $39
Farm-raised and naturally lean elk chop seasoned with Dijon mustard accompanied with roasted and fried fennel and mushroom cabernet sauce

Tableside Dover Sole $49
Sautéed whole Dover sole presented tableside with a garlic and lemon beurre blanc

ice cream pie

Peppermint and Chocolate Ice Cream Pie

Peppermint and Chocolate Ice Cream Pie $8

Wine Features

Chateau Ste. Michelle “Eroica” Riesling, Columbia Valley, 2010: $13 by the glass/$49 for a bottle

Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars “Hands of Time” Red Blend, Napa Valley, 2009: $18 by the glass/$69 for a bottle

HOURS

Christmas Eve Special Hours: 4 to 8 p.m.
Christmas Day – Closed

New Years Eve Special Hours, 4 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Make your reservations early
New Years Day – Closed

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