1/2 rack of lamb pan seared and slow roasted in the oven, finished with a Cafe de Paris Dijon-Brandy cream sauce. Served with a wild mushroom risotto and sauteed seasonal vegetable. (please allow time for preparation)
Crab Stuffed Ravioli
handmade ravioli filled with crab, boursin and roasted red peppers. Served with a lemon cream sauce with fresh tomatoes and basil.
Pan Seared Salmon
served with a citrus buerre blanc, choice of pasta and vegetable medley.
filled with spinach, pine nuts, sundried tomato and ricotta with a pesto cream sauce.
White Chocolate Layer Cake with berries and Chambord cream or
Luscious Dark Chocolate Mousse
Austin, Texas-based David Jellema plays trad & swing jazz on a rare combination of instruments—clarinet and cornet. Growing up in Washington, DC (and summers in Michigan) exposed David to a variety of jazz mentors who inspired Jellema’s leanings toward the lyrical cornet styles of Bix Beiderbecke and Bobby Hackett. Clarinet influences included Benny Goodman and Ron Hockett.
While working at the American History Museum’s Archive Center, processing Duke Ellington’s business records, he made national jazz festival appearances with the New Traditional Jazz Band. In 2007 he set out to play music full time, and moved to San Antonio, Texas, where he became a regular at Jim Cullum’s Landing Patio, subbed for Cullum in the house band, and formed his own band, the Mission City Hot Rhythm Cats. The swing dance, vibrant live music, and “retro” social scenes in Austin lured him to move there.
He has been performing, recording and touring, with the Thrift Set Orchestra, the Jonathan Doyle Swingtet, the Hollywood Revue, the East Side Dandies, and the Jazz Pharaohs. He has performed at the “Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival,” five years at the New Orleans annual “French Quarter Festival” with the Audacity Brass Band, Houston’s “Lindyfest,” Asheville NC’s “Lindy Focus,” Austin’s own “Lindy Exchange” and “Hot Rhythm Holiday,” “New Hampshire Swing Out,” and “Boston Dirty Water Lindy and Blues Exchange.”
Please join us Easter Sunday, March 27, 2016 from 10am-6pm and celebrate a joyous and plentiful holiday buffet with family and friends.
Hand Carved Honey and Pineapple Glazed Ham & Roast Turkey with Gravy
Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Herb Bread Crumb Dressing
Rosemary Sundried Tomato Polenta Cakes
Baked Ziti Romano
Creamy Herb Risotto with Seasoned Shrimp
Sausage, Bacon, Scrambled Eggs, & Assorted Frittatas
Salmon Cakes with Pistachio Aioli
Brunch Potatoes with Onions and Peppers
Brioche French Toast
Salmon Gravlax and Bagel
Holiday House Salad with Balsamic
& Creamy Italian Dressings
Fresh Vegetable Farfalle Pasta Salad
Assorted Rolls, Muffins, Bagels, & Decadent Desserts
Glass of Prosecco or Chardonnay to accompany.
Coffee and Soft Beverages included.
* At 2pm, breakfast items will be replaced with Salmon Picatta, Penne with Shrimp and Broccoli, and Pasta Massimo.
$32.95 per person plus sales tax and 18% gratuity. Children 10 and younger $16.95. Our regular menu is unavailable for this day. Dine-in only.
Make Your Reservations Now - this event will book up quickly! Call us today at (352)378-7152
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4410 NW 25 Place
Gainesville, Florida 32606
Mo-Fr 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
(Last seating Mo & Tu 9 pm)
Sa 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Su 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Phone: (352) 378.7152
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