Lucy's Menu

 Fall 2021 Menu

 

 

 ~ Hors d'Ouevres ~

 

Brie and Fig Galette

Fresh figs, honey infused chèvre cheese, flavored baby brie cheese baked in a puff pastry shell, baby sorrel, pomegranate jam, hot honey and candied pecans

$8

Eggplant Moussaka

Layers of roasted eggplant and spinach covered in a tomato lentil sauce, roasted garlic cashew béchamel and garlic toast (V/GF omit toast)

$6

Firecracker Shrimp and Seared Scallop

Gochujang-marinated shrimp wrapped in a crispy spring roll, pan seared scallops, pickled daikon and a Thai sweet chili sauce

$8

 

~ Salades ~

 

Winter Salad with Duck Breast

Thinly sliced pickled beets with spinach and arugula, pistachio, fresh Lucy Rose apple, chèvre cheese and seared duck breast (GF)

$8

Sesame Caesar

A twist on a classic with grilled Asian pears, romaine hearts, tahini Caesar dressing, grape tomatoes, croutons, sesame parmesan crisps and a balsamic reduction

$8

 

Thai Noodle Salad

Rice noodles tossed in a sweet and spicy Thai vinaigrette, shredded green papaya, carrot, cilantro, snap peas, mung bean sprouts, red pepper and green onion 

$8  

Add 4oz flank steak - $4

 

 

~ BEVERAGES~

Coffee, Tea, Iced Tea $2.00   Sparkling Water $2.50 
Specialty Beverage $3.00       Espresso drinks $3.00
 
Consumer Advisory: Foods are cooked to order. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.
 
 
We are a student-run laboratory and a learning classroom. Please be advised that lunch generally takes 90 minutes.

 

 

~ ENTRÉES ~

Add a soup or house salad to your entrée for an additional $3
 

Crab Ravioli

Fresh made ravioli stuffed with crab, ricotta, mascarpone and mushroom; butternut squash cream sauce, sautéed spinach, crispy pancetta, roasted tomatoes, fried sage, macadamia nuts and Parmigiano Reggiano

$15

Duck Breast á l'Orange

Seared duck breast served with leek and saffron risotto, grilled asparagus and an orange sauce (GF)

$16

Grilled Filet Mignon

6 oz grilled filet mignon, roasted garlic gorgonzola butter, veal demi-glace sauce, gratin dauphinois potatoes and haricot vert amandine

$22

Porchetta Adobo

48 hour sous vide porchetta with coconut rice, baby bok choy, fried mei fun noodles and adobo sauce

$15

Sablefish

Seared sablefish with black garlic butter, grilled polenta, sautéed asparagus and morel mushrooms (GF)

$18

Roasted Mediterranean Chicken

Roasted chicken thigh in a white bean and tomato sauce with chorizo, Castelvetrano olives and lemon orzo pasta

$13

Vegetarian (changes weekly)  $15.00

Please ask your student server for this week’s delicacy

 

 

*If you have other dietary restrictions or allergies, please inform your server so that we can accommodate you to the best of our ability.* 

 ~ Please note that our menu is subject to change ~

   

Lucy’s To-Go Fall 2021

Pitas

Chicken Caesar

Pulled rotisserie chicken breast, caesar spread, crispy bacon, shredded lettuce, grape tomatoes and shredded parmesan cheese

$6.50

Roasted Red Pepper Falafel (V)

Roasted red pepper falafel, shredded lettuce, grape tomato, cucumber and tzatziki sauce

$6.50

Smoked Salmon Jalapeno Spread

Alaska smoked salmon, cream cheese, mayonnaise, jalapenos, shredded lettuce, grape tomatoes and red onion

$7.50

 

Add a cup of soup or garden salad to your pita for an additional $3.50

Salads

Entree Chef’s Salad (GF)

Mixed greens, shredded carrot, red onion, grape tomatoes, cucumber, hemp seeds, hard-boiled egg, rotisserie chicken breast and a white wine vinaigrette

$6.50

Small Garden Salad (V/GF)

Mixed greens, grape tomatoes, shredded carrot, sliced cucumbers and a white wine vinaigrette

$3.50

Dessert

Cookie of the Day

Assorted cookie selection - may change daily

$1.50

Beverages 

Coffee or Sparkling Water $2.00

Americano, Cappuccino, Latte or Mocha $3.00

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