“Need something warm and cozy during these frigid winter temperatures? Our Winterfest menu will take the bite out of the winter blahs,” said Jason Mercier, general manager of the Glenerin Inn.
Offering prix-fixe lunch ($17 per person for any two courses) and dinner (three courses, $35 per person) menus, they offer a great selection of gourmet delights sure to warm your spirit.
Try the quinoa, apple and arugula salad with a citrus vinaigrette for lunch and top it off with a fabulous frittata with grilled vegetables. Their beer battered haddock with French fries is another crowd pleaser, as is their grilled chicken sandwich served on a Kaiser with red pepper and boursin cheese.
For dinner, start off with their antipasto for two which includes prosciutto, salami, cappicola, olives, tomato, grilled vegetables, bocconcini served with fresh artisan bread. For your main, try their cheese ravioli stuffed with ricotta, parmesan and mozzarella. Feeling something more savoury? Order their rib eye grilled steak with horseradish peppercorn butter sauce.
Reservations are recommended.
The Glenerin Inn & Spa
1695 The Collegeway