A selection of hors d’ oeuvre
A symbolic representation of ‘the three sisters”;
the three staple crops (corn. squash, beans) grown by the native American’s that joined the pilgrims for their celebratory feast.
Sweet Corn Fritter • Pumpkin-Sage Tart • Jacob’s Cattle Bean Spread with Crostini
Creamy Parsnip Bisque
Pear chutney, toasted pecans, fresh thyme.
1844 House Salad
Fresh baby greens with dried cranberries, toasted almonds and crumbly blue cheese with our signature maple-balsamic vinaigrette.
Honey Roasted Turkey Breast
Creamy mashed potatoes, fresh herb scented pan gravy,
sage dressing, haricot verte au gratin,
brussels sprouts with house cured bacon- brown butter,
Grand Marnier infused cranberry sauce.
Autumn Root Vegetable and Winter Squash Au Gratin
A casserole of sweet potato, parsnips, butternut squash puree, roasted apples, & fresh fennel with a savory granola crust.
Choice of (1)
Pumpkin Bread Pudding
Old Fashioned Apple Crisp
Brown Butter Pecan Tart
All served with salted caramel ice cream.
$38.00 per person (plus tax and gratuity)
“Each day I am thankful for the nights that turned into mornings, friends that turned into family, dreams that turned into reality, and likes that turned into loves.”
This is the only menu that we will be offering for Thanksgiving. We will not be serving 6 til 6, Early Dining, or our regular Dinner menu.
Please let us know of any special dietary needs when making the reservation so we can do our best to accommodate you and provide you with the best possible experience.