Sunday Night Supper

Apr 3, 2014

Lobster-0811Can’t get away to your summer place in Nantucket? Don’t have a summer place in Nantucket? Let Vertical Wine Bistro create the illusion:  a seaweed-infused Atlantic breeze, chilly sand between the toes, red and white checked tablecloths, melted butter and lemon, sticky fingers, full stomachs…

Sunday Night Supper begins on April 6th with an East Coast classic:  the lobster.

Not only will diners be presented with a whole Maine lobster served with butter and pepper sauce, but also a lobster roll with tarragon dressing and lobster bisque. To ensure a balance, but continue the New England theme, corn on the cob is on the menu, as well as an ice berg lettuce wedge with ranch dressing and a seasonal fruit cobbler. All for an affordable $25 per person.

So, even if you’re from away, or you live down the road apiece, get in the cah or beetah with the ankle biteahs and come enjoy some bug and chowdah…

Sunday Night Supper:  An Authentic Lobster Boil
Vertical Wine Bistro, 70 N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena 91103
Sunday Night Supper:  $25
For reservations, call 626.795.3999

From away – not from Maine
Apiece – an undetermined distance
Cah – a vehicle with four wheels, though not a truck
Beetah – an old, unregistered pick up truck used for haulin’ anything
Ankle biteahs – young children
Bug – lobster
Chowda – chowder


Hahd tellin not knowin – I don’t know
Got in a gaum – got stuck, got in trouble
Foah Bangah – a small cah that you buy ya daughtah when she gets her license so she can make the one howa drive to the mall in South Pawtland.

Translations courtesy of “The Wicked Good Guide to Mainah English.”




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