THE PRIX FIXE HAS EXPANDED TO ALL OF OUR OPENING HOURS.
That means you get get a scrumptuous three-course meal at 7:30 on Friday.
Years ago when we started the prix fixe it was for a couple of reasons. First it filled in some downtime, as we were always in the kitchen raring to go but just wouldn't really get busy until around 7PM. The other reason was that I truly felt that we were a restaurant that I wanted everyone to try, regardless of income bracket. To this day we see some folks once a year as a special occasion and others four times a week. Expanding the hours of the prix fixe just gives more folks a shot at coming whenever they like.
Just one more way your little community restaurant is addressing the economic doldrums. 'Cause we care.
THIS WILL NOT GO ON FOREVER. IT WILL GO ON UNTIL TIMOTHY GEITNER TELLS ME WERE IN BETTER SHAPE. or my father, Keith Acheson, Prof. of Economics.
Hugh’s twenty-five buck prix fixe
Mar. 12th to Mar. 18th
fava bean, shaved parmesan and country ham
with mint vinaigrette
pork confit with pimiento polenta, roasted shallot
and maitake mushrooms
chess pie with sabayon & grapefruit
smoked trout with fingerling potato, charred scallion,
green goddess and frisee
hominy grits with Oregon truffles, goat cheese, asparagus and a fried
Hope Springs Farm egg
dulce de leche with shortbread
$25 per person… no substitutions... eat your vegetables.