FEATURED STATE OF THE WEEK

LOUISIANA

RESERVATIONS

Sandwich Special

~ Shrimp Po’ Boy ~

A New Orleans restaurant owned by 2 former streetcar conductors, fed their former colleagues free hot sandwiches during a 1929 strike, jokingly referring to the strikers as ‘poor boys.’ The strike ended after a few months, but the name of the sandwich has survived the test of time.
Crispy Fried Shrimp, Creole Remoulade Sauce, Shredded Lettuce, Tomato, Pickle Slices, Long Roll. Pub Fries and a Pickle Spear $13.5

Featured Entrée

~ Jambalaya ~

When the Spanish controlled Louisiana in the 1700’s, they desired their national dish of paella. Since saffron was unavailable, they substituted tomatoes and jambalaya was born. The ‘Holy Trinity’ of Creole cooking is onions, bell peppers, and celery. It serves as a base for this jambalaya, as well as much other Louisiana cooking.
Alligator and Andouille Sausages, Shrimp, Chicken, Tomatoes, Okra, Garlic, Holy Trinity Sauce, Rice $22

Chester Springs Draft Special

~ Abita Mardi Gras Bock ~

Founded in 1986, just outside New Orleans, Abita distributes their beer to 46 states and also Puerto Rico. This is the official beer of Mardi Gras!
Amber colored ale with a full body and rich malty flavor 6.5% $5

Kimberton Draft Special

~ Abita Purple Haze ~

Founded in 1986, just outside New Orleans, Abita distributes their beer to 46 states and also Puerto Rico. Pairs well with salads and desserts.
Crisp, American style wheat beer with fresh raspberries. Fruity aroma & tartly sweet taste. 4.2% $6