Thursday February 12th: Groceries for Seniors Night

This Thursday's menu will sidle up to some of our favorite recent contributors: Leif Hedendal, The Broken Record, and of course Humphry Slocombe. All profits will go to Groceries for Seniors which provides food for almost 1,200 seniors a week.


celery root soup with saffron, melted leeks, brown Strauss butter, stinging nettle-meyer lemon puree, and Tartine walnut levain-Knoll green garlic croutons - 4 for a cup or 6 for a bowl

Bolinas baby lettuces, frisee, Marin roots chickweed, ancho cress, County Line chervil, Blossom Bluff gold nugget mandarins, radish, aged sheep's milk cheese, toasted hazelnuts, shallot champagne vinaigrette - 8

Broken Record brisket and homemade bun with onion soubise, horseradish creme fraiche, fennel pickle - 8

king trumpet mushroom with triple fried potato, garlic confit and charred scallion sour cream on homemade flatbread - 6

Bolinas goat stroganoff with braised fennel, juniper and crispy chevre dumplings - 10

seis leches cake with huckleberries, marjoram and sauterne - 6

Humphry Slocombe Ice Cream: *secret breakfast* or *salted licorice* - 3.25 per scoop


We will be open Saturday February 14th and the guest chef will be Chris Kronner, formerly of Serpentine and Slow Club. Menu details will be posted soon.


CV said...

You guys are the BEST! Groceries for Seniors- WHOO HOO!!!! This nonprofit rules. Thank you!

W. Blake Gray said...

Tough night for one bottle of wine. The soup and salad really call for a white (how about a Viognier?); the meat courses could use a red with a little spiciness, like maybe a Chateauneuf du Pape or a Garnacha-based wine from Spain. A Syrah-Viognier blend from France or Australia would also be interesting. Many wines would work.