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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Bar Food at Sova

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Accompaniments

Gherkin Pickles (cornichons)- $4 
Medjool Dates - $5
Turkish Figs - $5 
Organic Mixed Olives - $4
Marcona Almonds - $5 
Apricots - $4


Cheese Plates 
(prices based on 2oz serving with accompaniment, and bread or crackers)

Cow’s Milk 

Barely Buzzed - $8 - A full-bodied cheese with a nutty flavor and smooth texture. The cheese is hand rubbed with coffee grinds (pairs well with Young’s Double Chocolate Stout)

Mt. Tam - $9 – A smooth, creamy, elegant, triple-cream, made with tasty organic milk. It’s firm, yet buttery, with a mellow earthy flavor reminiscent of white mushrooms (pairs well with Riesling)

Fourme d’Ambert - $9 – A rich and creamy cow's milk blue from the Auvergne region of France. Although its scent is very earthy, Fourme d'Ambert has a creamy and mild flavor with a slightly nutty finish (pairs well with Ruby port).

Goat’s Milk 

Truffle Tremor - $8 - The classic flavor of truffle meets the velvety perfection of ripened goat milk cheese. Earthy, elegant, and sophisticated (pairs well with Fallonghina).

Midnight Moon - $8 - Aged six months or more, this pale ivory cheese is firm, dense and smooth with the slight graininess of a long-aged cheese. The flavor is nutty and brown-buttery with prominent caramel notes (pairs well with Salice Salentino)

Sheep’s Milk 

Ossau-Iraty - $10 – A classic sheep's milk cheese made in the French Pyrénées. Its fragrance is reminiscent of toasted hazelnuts, and its taste encapsulates the sweet, buttery flavors that a great sheep's milk cheese can deliver (pairs well with Pinot Noir).

Dante - $9 - Rich and nutty with a slightly dry but fabulously firm texture (pairs well with Malbec)

Half Board - $25 - choose 2 cheeses, 1 meat, and 1 accompaniment

Full Board - $40 - choose 3 cheeses, 2 meats, and 2 accompaniments

Meat Lovers - $35 – choose 3 meats, and 2 accompaniments

The Works - $60 – choose 5 cheeses, 3 meats, and 4 accompaniments

Charcuterie 
(prices based on 2oz serving with accompaniment, and French baguette slices)

Fra’Mani Salame Gentile - $8 - A traditional salame originating from Parma, Italy. It’s coarsely ground and encased in the budello gentile

Fra’Mani Piccante - $8 - Spanish-influenced dry chorizo. Brick-red in color and seasoned with pimenton de la Vera. Piquant and slightly smoky

Creminelli Salame Barolo - $9 – With influences from Barolo Wine from Italy’s Piedmont region, the richness of the Barolo lingers in this already robustly flavored artisan salami creating a truly complex, bursting flavor

Creminelli Salame Tartufo - $10 - The Black Summer Truffles spring up between June and October in northern Italy. A few of them are hidden in the Salami Tartufo. Their delicate aroma works magic with the all-natural pork

Soup and Salads

Roasted Tomato and Basil Soup with a side of rustic cheddar cheese and pecan crackers $7.00

Arugula salad with candied walnuts, roasted beets, and goat cheese, with a lemon honey dressing $7.00

Cucumber salad with Mint, Red Onion, and Feta $6.50


Other stuff

Stuffed Pequillo Peppers with Herbed Goat Cheese $7.50

Red Pepper Hummus with French Baguette Slices $6.50

Stuffed Mushroom Caps with artichoke, onion, cream cheese, and Italian bread crumbs $7.50

Bruschetta with fresh mozzarella, roasted tomatoes, and basil $7.50

Bruschetta with Brie, dates, and toasted walnuts $7.50

Bruschetta with Tuscan White Bean Puree and Pan Wilted Spicy Greens $7.50

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is this in effect as of now? I was there Sunday and they had two cold salad dishes available in lieu of sandwiches.

inked said...

You should be able to order the food now.

Anonymous said...

Anon 10:10, just to clarify. The new menu is for the bar, hence the posting title Bar Food at Sova.

I do however realize the demand for more food on weekends when it's really busy. So for that, we are going to take a number of things from the bar menu to offer during the day, on weekends. Give us another week or so for that though. I'm still working out labor and coverage issues.

Thanks for the support.

Frank from Sova