NOTE: These prices are out of date – Check Lunch Menu

Iced Tea 2.75
Hot Tea 2.95
Coffee 3.25
Turkish Coffee 3.85
Espresso 3.25
Cappuccino 4.35
Cafe Latte 4.35
Ice Cream Cappuccino 5.25
Iced Latte 4.55
Add Extra Flavors: each 1.25
Irish Cream, Amaretto, Hazelnut, Mocha, French Vanilla
Juice 2.95  Apple, Orange, Cranberry, Pineapple
Soda 2.25 Coke Products  12oz Cans
Mexican Coke 3.75
Milk 2.50
Milk 3.25
Hot Chocolate 5.50
Bottled Water 1.25

Bloody Mary 8.00
Mimosa 8.00
Screw Driver 7.00

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Wines by the Glass $7-9

Zardetto Prosecco Brut – Italy  – 8 sm bottle (187 ml)

White Wine
Parducci Small Lot Chardonnay
– Russian River Valley, CA
8 glass / 30 bottle


Pedroncelli Sauvignon Blanc
– Sonoma County, CA – 8 glass / 30 bottle

Zenato Pinot Grigio
– Sonoma County, CA – 8 glass / 30 bottle

Red Wine
Parducci Small Lot Cabernet Sauvignon
– Russian River Valley, CA – 8 glass / 30 bottle

Parker Station Pinot Noir
– Santa Barbara, CA  – 10 glass / 36 bottle

La Flor Malbec
– Mendoza, Argentina  – 9 glass / 35 bottle

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Beers  $7-9

Veltins Pilsner – Germany  (4.8% ABV)

Veltins Grevensteiner – Germany  (5.2% ABV)

Rockyard Brewing Co. – (Seasonal) – Castle Rock, CO

Paulaner Oktoberfest – Germany  (5.8% ABV)

Paulaner Hefeweizen – Germany  (5.5% ABV)

Paulaner Munich Lager – Germany  (4.9% ABV)

Paulaner Salvator – Germany (7.9% ABV)
This unfiltered Dopplebock has been brewed for over 375 years — always adhering to the original recipe. The unmistakable smooth chocolate flavor with robust caramel notes pair perfectly with potato pancakes.

Fruli Strawberry Beer – Belgium  (4.1% ABV)
This Belgian fruit beer is produced with 30% pure strawberries. Its deep pink body and fruity smell make it a great summer drink. Fruli won the gold medal at the UK’s Food & Drink Expo in 2004, and was announced the World’s Best Fruit Beer in 2009.

Rekorderlig Wild Berry Cider – Sweden  (7.0% ABV)
This cider has the nose of fresh, juicy, wild country berries with the subtle undertones of pear that combine to create the semi-sweet ciderwith a dry finish. This cider pairs perfectly with a sandwich, or as a dessert beer.

Skullsplitter – Scotland (8.5% ABV)
This strong Scottish ale has a dark amber body, and the aroma of dark fruits, spice, molasses, and raisins. With a heavy body and light carbonation, this beer is the winner of the Supreme Champion Winter Beer of Britain in 2001 at CAMRA’s National Celebration of Beer.

Okocim – Poland  (6.5% ABV)
First brewed in 1845, this beer is a balanced flavor of lightly sweet malts with a spicy hop bite. This beer finishes with a dry crispness that is stern and unique among many of the European Lagers. A great beer to drink with traditional Polish cuisine, such as a plate full of hot potato and onion Pierogis.