A good remix can transcend even a classic. This Saturday we're reinterpreting a bunch of classic foods by adding some new flavors, amplifying existing flavors, and changing textures. Okay, transcend is a little ambitious, but we expect it to be worthwhile, and not that lame crap where someone puts out a cover and it's just pointlessly similar to the original, or worse yet, nauseatingly uninspired.
MSF profits will go to Groceries for Seniors which provides food for almost 1,200 seniors a week. The entire program is run by one employee--the founder, John Meehan--and relies heavily on volunteer support.
*Melon and Prosciutto: with fresh mozzarella, midori vinaigrette, basil oil, toasted hazelnut - $7
Deconstructed Meatloaf: braised ground beef, beef jus, griddled slow egg, ketchup crouton - $10
*Halibut Fish n Chips - Battered with tartar gratin - $13
Pork n' Beans - Smoky pulled pork, Benton's bacon-baked beans - $8
*Caesar Sandwich: Crispy oil-cured chicken, garlic-anchoiade, sieved egg, romaine - $6.5
*Veggie Fried Rice: Seared cauliflower, roasted kale, maitake, shitake, edamame, fennel, scallion, burssels sprouts, truffled soy - $7
*Lung Shan's Vegan Delight: shitake and oyster mushroom dumplings in miso soup - $5.5
Milk & Cookies: Malted Milk Cookies with Cookie Milkshake - $5.5
Apple Pie with cheddar and chantilly cream - $6
* = vegetarian or vegetarian option available
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