Monday is Columbus Day, the anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s arrival in the Americas on 10-12-1492. An Italian explorer from the Republic of Genoa he was the first European to make the voyage across “the ocean blue.” Franklin Roosevelt declared it a federal holiday in 1937 and it was fixed to the second Monday in October in 1970. Ironically the day coincides with Canada’s Thanksgiving and the Anniversary of the U.S. Navy on 10-13-1775. Although it is a very patriotic holiday framed around national loyalty and social progress it is controversial because the settlement of Europeans led to the demise of large portions of native people. Unlike the banks and post office we’ll be open with arms wide-open to greet you all day!
Sharon and crew have some awesome Chalkboard Features starting tonight. American Red Snapper is Pan Roasted and Accompanied with Hush Puppies, Garlicky Tomatoes and Remoulade; the 1# Porter House Served with Bistro Zip Sauce, Horseradish Whipped Potatoes and Roasted Balsamic Mushrooms; Prosciutto Wrapped Alaskan Halibut presented over Asiago Polenta and topped with a Cool Fennel, Grapefruit and Arugula Salad and the Veggie Delight – Stuffed Delicata Squash Filled with Quinoa, Spinach, Roasted Pears and Caramelized Onions. YUM!!
THE PET PANTRY IS EMPTY AS MEALS ON WHEELS JUST DID A PICK-UP…WE NEED TO STOCK IT UP PLEASE!
MAY ALL YOUR DAYS BE A MILLION DOLLAR ONES!!!
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT THE BISTRO...