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With tahini and a touch of lime, served with warm pita bread triangles and some vegetables for scooping.
Cheese Dip con Queso with Cheese
We’d just like to mention that there is cheese in this dip, in case you weren’t sure. Cheddary smoothness with our own East End GPA beer, a little smoke, a little spice. So nice. With freshly-made to order corn tortilla chips and extra napkins. We’ll bet if theres any quesl oeft after you’re out of chips that you’re going right in with the thumbs.
Chicken tenders that are marinated, poked with a sharp stick and grilled. We serve them with some greens and some dippable dips for dipping, like a chipotle sauce and a basil pesto. We recommend actually eating these versus lip syncing.
Polish Church Basement Pierogies
High-density dumplings from Poland, carefully assembled by nimble immigrant hands, slathered in butter ’n onions.
Here’s a simple, delicious dip from the middle east, Syria, particularly, and even more specifically: Aleppo. It’s almost a superfood with walnuts, roasted red peppers, extra virgin olive oil, and the surprise of pomegranate molasses. Perfect scooping up with bread and sharing.
A tribute to the creative cooks in corrugated containers comes tater tots with our famous chili, jalapeño peppers, cheddar cheese sauce, salsa and sour cream. Big enough to tip the trailer right off its wheels. You may eat the first 6 tots with your fingers, but after that, for the love of all things holy please use a fork. Even better meated up with Braised Shortrib - ask your server.
WARNING: Some Wings May Contain Bones.
On the bone as God intended, or bone-free through the miracle of technology. Not so into the poultry? Now there’s Veg-Friendly version in Cauliflower or Pierogies. All are spicy – particularly the Nummers -- but you just have to ask if you want them hotter than hell and we’ll make ‘em burn. No splittin’ the flavors, no spittin’ on the floor, and don’t clean yourself up ’til you’re finished.
First, Pick a Wing
Your Usual Yardbird Wings
Boneless (but how do they even stand?)
Carb-Friendly Cauliflower Wings. Yes they fly.🥕
Potato & Cheese Pierogies. They fly, too.🥕
Left Wings. Trump hates ‘em.
Then, Pick a Sauce
Rick & Morty Szechuan Wubba Lubba Dub Dub
Colombian Gum Nummers
Just Damn Hot Buffalo
Garlicy Herby Parmesan
Finally, Pick a Dip
Ranch, Bleu Cheese, or Ranch
Pick Your Teeth at the Table
Sandwiches and Burghers come with a little side of something you can choose from the extensive list. Some sides cost a little more than others. Burghers are half a pound of black Angus beef raised by good looking Lutheran families, grilled to your liking*. Vegetarians beware: one of these burgers in your presence could mess with your convictions.
Goin’ Cold Turkey
No matter what you’re quitting (or starting), Cold Turkey is definitely the way to go. Our house-roasted turkey breast hand carved and piled upon a grilled Dutch Crunch bun with tomatoes, cucumber, pickled onions, and pesto aioli.
This thing is just so wrong, but again oh so right! Everything you’d expect in a bacon double cheeseburgher, hand-rolled lovingly within a giant tortilla and fried to a crispy golden brown. With pico & pickles, drizzled with dijon-sriracha sauce.
Delmonico a Go Go*
This is the steak sandwich that just might heal a thousand vegetarians. We expertly grill USDA Choice Delmonico steak, slice it, and place atop sturdy, crusty roll with grilled onions, peppers, mushrooms, aioli, and Swiss cheese. Worthy of employing knife and fork.
The Garden Weasel
Grilled zucchini and a portobello cap paired with roasted red peppers, tomatoes, onion, fresh mozzarella cheese, and basil pesto mayonnaise. Served on a grilled roll, or on a righteous gluten-free roll for a buck. Fits nicely in the cup holder of your Prius.
I Can Has Bacon Cheezburgher? *
Rich, smokehouse bacon and sharp, bitey cheddar atop a manhole cover of grilled beef cooked to your liking that’s more than able to satisfy even the most demanding carnivore.
Our famous Crabcake McArdle placed handily on a brioche bun for ease of handling, with a little tartar sauce sauce and a side of superfood quinoa salad.
The Half-Baked Italian
Come here. Listen. We’re gonna make you a sandwich you can’t refuse. It’s smoked salami, capicollo, and pepperoni baked on a crunchily-topped ciabatta roll spread with a little Tuscan aioli, topped with nattily dressed red onion and greens.
Spicy, blackened chicken breast grilled with melted cheddar, lettuce, tomato, onion, and a smoky, spicy, perky and piquant chipotle mayonnaise on a sturdy ciabattini roll.
The Old Skool Soup & Sammich
This should take you back a minute. Here’s a classic combo grilled American cheeze sammich on hearty sourdough bread griddled with a couple of fresh tomato slices inside -- they’re the harbingers of that lunchtime classic: Cream of Tomato Soup.
Harris Grill Classic Lunch™
Two undisputed classics, served as a sandwich, wrap, or melt with your choice of side dish; or as a salad (atop leafy greens and veggies).
Developed by Harris Grill R&D Chef Al B. Core, it’s rich with Omega-3 fatty acids to de-plaque even the most occluded artery
Made fresh daily from the tenderest, tastiest chicken we could find, and some dill. This is NOT Mom’s.
atop a bed of leafy greens and appropriate garnish vegetables. The Sandwich: on artisan-
on artisan-baked, toasted, 34-grain, 16-seed, 11-bark, 4-stone bread.
gently tucked and rolled into a tortilla.
mounded and broiled with velvety smoov cheddar cheese on top.
Crispy fried eggplant stacked lasagna-style with pesto and marinara, bound by gooey cheese, and sided by a salad.
Crab Cakes McArdle
People risk their lives by chain smoking on a boat to bring us this crab from the Bering sea. Jumbo lumpers with salad and vegetable, our special sauce Remoulade.
The Best o’ the Pesto🥕
Zucchini “noodles” tossed with veggies, fresh mozzarella, and a bright basily pesto sauce that simply screams “I do hot yoga!”! Low carb, high flavor! Add meat and it’s even better!
Go Double Decker on your tacos Chalupa-style for a buck! A lunchly-sized two tacos and choice of side for $9.63
The Indian superfood you’ve probably never heard about (like those hipster bands): Jackfruit, featuring a meaty texture and boasting over 20% of daily recommended fiber, and almost no fat, done sofrito style with a smoky chipotle overtone.
Flaky, mild white fish, either grilled or fried with some spicy slaw, some quinoa salad and roasted veggies.
Jamaican Tacos Tonight?
Three really spicy pulled jerk chicken tacos, Jamaican-style with some calming cilantro cream and pineapple-black bean salsa to cool it a bit. With a quinoa salad and some veggies.
Más grande que el procuedio, el pollo se asa parrilla y se sirve con todos los compleuertos, Gringo. Google translation: “We are in school, the room is large and bright.”
Braised Beef Shortrib Quesadilla
Braised until it’s falling off the bone, then braised some more. We tuck it into a tortilla and griddle it to make handling a little easier. Big and beefy. With pickled red onion and chimichurri sauce as a bright counterpoint.
Labor-Inducing Vegetarian Chili🥕
Served with a dollop of sour cream, this chili is not recommended late in the 3rd trimester. Contains no meat, unlike the vegetarian-style chili that you find in the suburbs.
Du Jour of The Day Soup🥕
Straight from the Department of Redundancy Department come rib-sticking chill chasers to chase the chills.
Have a coupla slurps of soup first. Too hot? Blow on it. Blow... Blow... Yea. Just like that. Now into your mouth with it. Slurp. That spoonful takes ya back to the time of the Trapper-Keeper and doodling that special name all over the notebook cover. Third bite: well, you tell us where it takes you.
Salad de la Burgh
The Pittsburgh staple with fries, shredded provolone and mozzarella cheeses, and grilled, marinated chicken tenders. Doesn’t this just cry out for Ranch? Ask about upgrading to a USDA Choice ‘Burgh Steak Salad
Roasted Vegetable Salad🥕
This is a salad with roasted vegetables. Roasting is one of the best ways to treat veggies. Just ask any veggie and they’ll tell you! Warm roasted carrots, broccoli, peppers, onions, and Brussels sprouts and beetses over spring greens affected deeply and personally by fig vinaigrette.
All the standard accoutrements of the famous Cobb, but with grilled wild salmon and avocado vinaigrette.
Quickie Salad Chop Chop
Iceberg lettuce and baby mesclun greens, cucumbers, tomatoes, bacon, and many, many more veggies all carved up with grilled chicken, bacon, and a fig vinaigrette. Low maintenance.
Caesar dressed his appropriately in the kitchen as do we; Plus grilled or blackened chicken breast.