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DINNER

Starters
Stacey’s Homemade Soup Of The Day...(We trained an actual house to make soup for us.  Prior to the real estate slump, that was impossible .) Bowl $9.95  Cup $5.50 

Stacey’s Tomato Bisque Soup…
topped with a fresh pesto (This soup is so good 
it will make you wish you wore nicer clothes.)  Bowl $9.95  Cup $5.50 

Spinach Salad
fresh baby spinach tossed with molasses vinaigrette, mushroom, red onion, bacon, egg and chevre (This is the same salad Popeye eats to beat up people who joke about how he got those forearms.)  $9.95 

 
T
hai Beef Saladsteak, charred rare, served on a bed of mixed greens with cucumber, carrot, peppers, peanuts, shredded cabbage, cilantro and mint, tossed with a Thai style peanut dressing and crispy rice noodles (It's like being in Thailand without any of the inconvenient parts.)  $16.95 

Caesar Salad
chopped romaine, tossed with our Caesar dressing, garlic croutons and topped with shaved parmesan cheese (Named after the great romaine emperor, Julius Salad.)  $9.95 


Stacey’s House Salad
with field greens, crumbled gorgonzola, dried cranberries, candied walnuts and champagne vinaigrette (It’s called Stacey’s House Salad because Stacey actually lives under a pile of lettuce in Livermore.)  $8.95 

Cobb Salad
...chopped ramain with rows of grelled chicken, avocado, bacon, tomato, hard boiled egg and crumbled gorgonzola, tossed with your choice of champagne vinaigrette or creamy gorgonzola dressing.  (The second b in Cobb is silent, but if you hole it up to your ear, sometimes you can hear it.)  $17.95
 
Stacey's Delicious Cheese Fries... our house cut fries topped with our creamy three cheese sauce. (We know these are delicious fries because Stacey eats them once a week to make sure!)  $8.95  

Antipasto
... sliced proscuitto, coppa & cappicolla, aged chevre, gorgonzola, Mediterranean olives, fried artichokes, roasted tomato, candied walnuts, grilled baguette and capers  (If you mix antipasto with pasto they will bothe disappear.  It's called science)  $16.95 


Chipotle Honey Glazed Prawns
marinated prawns with a tropical fruit salsa (You can either eat the prawns or use them to form a chess set with the rest of the things on the table. Tip: The pepper grinder is the queen.)  $13.95 


Dungeness Crab Cake
with watercress salad, spicy roasted pepper coulis (You’d be crabby too if you were kept in a dungeness.)  $14.95 


Poke Tuna
fresh sashimi grade ahi, cucumber, sweet onion and avocado with a chili soy Hui sauce (We only serve poke tuna because the fast ones get away.)  $15.95 


Savory Spinach & Artichoke Dip
a creamy blend of artichoke hearts, spinach, dry aged cheeses served with fresh tortilla chips (If you suspect that you are dining with an unsavory character, feed him this savory appetizer and see if he disappears.)  $9.95 


Spicy Fried Calamari
served with house made sweet chili sauce (If you think it’s easy to write jokes about fried calamari, you’ve probably never tried.) $11.95 


Imported Creamy Goat Cheese & Caramelized Pear Dip
served with toasted crostini and citrus Kalamata olives (We know the goats are imported because they don’t speak English.)  $12.95 


 
Additions: chopped chicken $4, grilled chicken breast $6, prawns $9, salmon or Mahi-Mahi $10, sashimi grade ahi $12, or edamame $2 


Entrees
Risotto Of The DayA.Q. (We use only the finest days of the week in this dish.)  

  Chipotle Prawnssautéed prawns, spicy chipotle cream sauce with Yukon Gold mashed potatoes and corn relish (Your tongue will love this dish so much it will try to give you a high five. Then it will remember it’s only a tongue and settle for a high one.)  $29.95  

 Florentine Ravioli
...sliced five cheese and spinach raviolis, grilled gold zucchini, fried artichokes, baby spinach, vodka tomato cream sauce and shaved parmesan. (If you have a tiny head, and you drink too much, you can use a ravioli as a pillow)  $22.95 

Pancetta Wrapped Chicken
Petaluma free-range chicken breast wrapped in pancetta and lightly sautéed, served with fresh fettuccine in a lemon-caper and tomato butter sauce and baby carrots (You are what you eat, so if the rest of the menu frightens you, eat the chicken.)  $27.95
  

Mushroom Carbonarapenne pasta, in cream sauce, procuitto, red onion, sweet peas, button mushrooms, parmesan cheese, black pepper, topped with crispy bacon (If you like delicious flavor more than you like immortality, this is your chance to prove it.)  $24.95
 
Pan Seared Ahi sashimi grade tuna, forbidden rice cake, baby bok choy sauteed with shitake muchrooms, honey-soy sauce (Ahi is similar to Aha, but less enlightened and more delicious.)  $33.95 
  
Stacey’s Baked Shells & Cheeseshell pasta mixed with our special three cheese sauce, fresh tomatoes and peas, topped with an almond crust (Stacey puts a little love in each pasta shell. But it’s self love, so it won’t help you that much.)  $15.95 (Additions: chicken or Bacon $19.95, Broccoli $17.95)  

 Jambalayaprawns, andouille sausage, chicken, sweet peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, and green onions in our spicy tomato cream sauce, served with fresh fettuccine or long grain rice (Biblical scholars tell us that this is the same meal that Jesus ate at the last supper. But hey, I’m sure you have a good reason for ordering something else.)  $26.95
 
Grilled Guinness Marinated Rib Eyewith a trio of mushroom demi glace, Yukon Gold mashed potatoes and grilled asparagus. (If you live near a nuclear power plant, you might already have a rib eye.)  $34.95
 
Grilled Natural Salmon Filettopped with a roasted fennel puree and pecan crumbs, served with crispy stacked potatos layered with smoked gouda cheese, a porcini jus,  hari covert green beans and sundried tomatoes. (It's the favorite dish of monks.  They love their salmon chanting evenings.)  $29.95

 
Barbecued Boneless Beef Short Ribscooked for hours until they are fork tender, served with our gruyere scalloped potatoes, and roasted winter vegetables. (Made from 100% boneless cows. They’re easier to catch.) $27.95

Scott’s Favorite Pastasautéedbroccoli, roasted walnuts and oven roasted tomatoes with fresh garlic and herbs, tossed with penne or angel hair pasta and finished with parmesan cheese (This dish might not turn you into a syndicated cartoonist, but whatever you’re doing now probably isn’t working either.) $15.95 (Additions: chicken $19.95, prawns $28.95,or edamame $17.95)
 
Gorgonzola Filet Mignonwith gorgonzola bread pudding, roasted winter vegetables, topped with our gorgonzola butter and finished with a red wine demi glace. (If the glace isn’t demi enough, we can demi more.)  $35.95

Crab Crusted Mahi-Mahichive potato cakes, roasted pepper watercress salad, with a Cajun beurre blanc (If you just met your blind date and blurted out “Oh no!” order this dish to cover your tracks.)  $29.95

KIDS MENU
Chicken Tenders & Fries
$6.95
Grilled Cheese & Fries
$6.95