Don't spend Thanksgiving in the kitchen, let Lucy's do the cooking. Click HERE to see our Menu!
This spring we have a double whammy of religious events, as Easter and Passover are on the same weekend. Passover begins Friday the 30th and Easter is that Sunday, April 1st. We’ve prepared a delicious spring menu that combines staple items from both holidays so you can let Lucy's do the cooking while you enjoy time with your family, dying Easter Eggs or hiding the Matzo!
For starters we have our famous Roasted Shrimp Cocktail, Deviled Eggs, and Chopped Chicken Liver. Our soup options include Matzo Ball for Passover as well as Pea & Mint, and Cream of Asparagus ~ delicious options to ring in the beginning of spring.
For meat Entrees we are offering Beef Brisket with caramelized onions & carrots, Lamb Shanks, and Pancetta Wrapped Pork Loin just to name a few. If you’re looking for something lighter make sure to check out our delicious Pan Seared Salmon with spring onion sauce, a tasty Caramelized onion smothered Chicken that’s appealing to all, and for early eaters our tasty Spinach Frittata. Don't forget to pick up a loaf of our freshly baked bread to round out the meal.
If your mouth’s not watering by now, don’t forget to check out or dessert options. In addition to savory we have plenty of sweets being whipped up by our in-house baker including; Coconut & Lemon cakes, Easter sugar cookies, Plain and Chocolate Macaroons, and the uniquely incredible Chocolate dipped Matzo Bark. Whether you’re celebrating Passover, Easter or just enjoying time with your loved one we have something that’s sure to please every palate.
Click here for the full menu: http://lucystogo.com/menus