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Serves 2 to 3. Designed for the food-fickle. Th sampler involves chicken strips, wings, cheese sticks, jalapeno poppers and one french fry (kidding). And yes, it comes with all the sauces and goop you'll ever need.
And what, exactly, is the soup of the day today? It could be chicken noodle. Maybe it's minestrone. Perchance it's cream of broccoli. Or possibly, it'll be clam chowder (New England style). All you gotta do is ask, Kojak.
Hearty beef, potatoes, and carrots. Irish stew is usually made from lamb. We (wisely) strayed from the traditional recipe.
Romaine & green leaf lettuce, bits of cabbage and maybe some carrots, tomatoes and cucumbers tucked in the corner.
You know: romaine & croutons tossed around in a creamy Caesar dressing. We'll throw in some garlic bread for free. Grilled chicken'll cost you an additional charge. Did you know: the history of this salad is probably interesting.
This salad is lettuce, spinach, black olives, salami, turkey, ham, artichoke, tomato, garbanzo beans, avocado, mushrooms and Swiss cheese. Evidently, Sophie couldn't choose.
Nowhere else in town are you going to find a better bowl (or cup). In fact, Duffy's chili was award the prestigious Best Chili Served on High Street in Monterey medal by the National, um, Somthin' or Other Association. Really.
Verify, the Cobb salad is fresh greens, turkey, bacon, bleu cheese, egg, tomato, avocado and our secret Cobb dressing.
Garden fresh salad with grilled, teriyaki-soaked chicken.
A crispy tortilla bowl filled with fresh greens, grilled chicken, cheese, sour cream and salsa. A low-fat delight, excluding the tortilla bowl, cheese, sour cream and everything else that makes this salad so good.
You're getting 8 or so ounces of perfectly seasoned, charbroiled Angus with lettuce, tomato, onion and pickles. Why do we call it the "Prestigio" burger? Well, the fact that we share a fence with the HUGE PRESIDIO NEXT DOOR may have a little something to do with it.
Although our staff is sworn to secrecy where recipes are concerned, we'll let you in on this one. The bacon cheddar burger is a burger with... bacon and cheddar. Another secret: if you buy one at double the price, we'll throw in a second bacon cheddar burger for free!
Our burger with teriyaki sauce and topped with grilled mushrooms. For the sake of clarity, by "topped" we don't mean we actually put the mushrooms on top of the bun.
Face it: you didn't come here to diet. You came here for burgers like this one: smothered inhomemade chili and onions, and cheese. Goes great with a $700 bottle of Chateau Mouton Rothschild Pauillac, vintage 1986. Or a Bud Light.
The only thing Joe Jones orders when he comes in is this: a bison burger with bacon and egg, and cheddar - no veggies. There's nothing quite like having OCD on a full stomach.
The term "alliteration" refers to phrases or sentences with words that begin with the same letter. But who cares about grammar when you're eating a Duffy's burger with bacon and crumbled bleu cheese?
On this burger: avocado, Ortega chilies and Jack. Jack cheese, that is. If you're interested in digestive consequences, add jalapenos (for an additional charge), sauteed onions (for an additional charge) and hot sauce (on us).
That tasty 100& Angus burger we've been rambling on about, with tangy barbecue sauce and 1 or 2 (depending upon size - as so much in life does) onion rings smack-dab in the middle.
Or, if you want to get all technical and stuff, a bona fide patty melt burger on rye with Swiss cheese and grilled onions. So there.
Ground turkey, lettuce, tomato and onion. Quite possibly the worst joke ever: why did the police arrest a turkey? They suspected it of fowl play.
You know: ham, turkey, cheese, bacon, lettuce and those round red things. Tomatoes. Whatever.
Like it says: grilled ham, melted cheese, all grilled and lip-smacking good. Add ham or cheese for a dollar. (Kidding...)
Like it says: hickory bacon, melted cheese, all grilled and lip-smacking good. Add bacon or cheese for a dollar. (Kidding...)
"B" is for "bacon". "L" is for "lettuce". We'll let you figure out what that "T" stands for.
Yeah. Grilled turkey, bacon and tomato with gooey Swiss cheese. You can't go wrong - with this.
Thinly-sliced corned beef with sauerkraut and melted Swiss on rye. The Reuben was first concocted in 1914 in a Manhattan deli called ... Reuben's.
Beef, onions, peppers and melted Jack cheese on a French roll. Speaking of French: in France they serve a filly cheese steak. However...
Shredded beef on a crispy French roll served with au jus. We are so not kidding: the French dip was invented in Los Angeles. Chew on that.
Melted tuna and grilled chee - wait a sec. Grilled TUNA and your choice of melted cheese.
Vegetarian patty with your choice of cheese. Adding bacon'll put a smile on your faces (but set you back an extra dollar). Vegetarian.
Served with avocado, tomatoes, sprouts and Jack cheese on rye. Vegetarian.
Burger patty made with seasoned black beans and given the gentle kick of chipotle. Meatless? Yes. Doesn't mean it's not tasty. Vegetarian.
Boneless, skinless chicken breast topped with onions, lettuce, tomato and pickle. Remember how Richie Cunningham on Happy Days used to hate being called a "chicken"? No? Well, he did.
Starring grilled chicken, hickory smoked bacon and creamy, buttermilk ranch dressing. That's pretty much the most professional food description in this entire menu.
This sandwich is avocado, bacon and Jack cheese. And hey, since we like you so much, we'll even throw in a grilled breast of chicken at no additional cost.
Crilled chicken breast splashed with barbecue sauce. Something to consider: the best way to add an additional charge to this sandwich is to ask for bacon.
Our chicken breast boldly covered with Ortega chili, cheese and salsa. You have to admit, immigration has done wonders for American cuisine - excepting perhaps the British.
Chicken strips fried to a - yes - crisp and topped with American cheese. Yum. And get this: if you rearrange the letters in "fried chicken", you can spell out "fed nicer hick". Among other things.
Teriyaki & sauteed mushroom-covered chicken. On The East: it's a fact that the word "ketchup" is derived from the Chinese ke-tsiap - a pickled fish sauce.
Basted with curry sauce, this used to be an "off-the-menu" favorite to a heretofore privileged few. If you happen to be one of those aforementioned pioneers, well, get cracking on something else.
Freshly poured from Monterey's pristine municipal water system.
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