Greystone Public House Releases Fall Menu
New season, new menu at Greystone Public House.
As the seasons change, so do the menus at Greystone. Executive Chef/Owner Jason Viscount locally sources many ingredients and updates his menus to reflect the changing of the seasons.
Greystone Public House offers a range of items, whether you’re looking for a handful of small plates to share during Happy Hour or a full, multi-course dinner.
We were excited to dive and sample some of the new dishes — and cocktails! — created for fall. All are available now!
Greystone Fall Dinner Selections
It might be a shared plate, but after one bite, you may want this all for yourself. Sweet fresh local black figs from Threefold Farm are balanced by herbed Camelot Valley Goat Cheese, balsamic vinegar, and arugula. Enjoy it as a starter or maybe even as a healthier dessert option. Or just as your lunch. Bottom line: Must-have.
Miniature heads of crisp iceberg lettuce are topped with bleu cheese, bacon, cherry tomatoes, red onion, and Greystone’s housemade bleu cheese dressing.
Smoked Prime Rib Gyro
A bit messy, but worth it. Inspired by the weekend’s leftover Slow Smoked Prime Rib (available Friday and Saturday), this gyro is much of what you expect from a traditional Gyro but packed with a healthy helping of thinly shaved smoked prime rib, pickled red onions, smoked Feta, cucumbers, tomatoes, and of course tzatziki sauce.
Peppered Gnocchi Pot Pie
Think deconstructed pot pie. Pillowy black-pepper gnocchi is surrounded by wild mushrooms, sage, chicken ragout, and topped with cheddar biscuit crumbs. Comfort food at its finest. Once this weather cools, you’re going to need this.
Greystone’s take on the pumpkin pie. If you’re feeling full but want to satisfy that sweet tooth, this is the dessert for you. Light pumpkin in a delicate tart crust, finished with bitter orange caramel and Tonka Bean meringue. Warning: Don’t leave in front of a pregnant person.
October is Lobster Month
All month long, Greystone Public House also features great seafood specials.
Mondays in October
- All You Can Eat Mussels – with sourdough and hand-cut fries – just $19
Tuesdays & Wednesdays in October
- Roasted 1 1/2 lb Maine Lobster Dinner – $26
- Maine Lobster Pot Pie – $22
- Lobster Bisque – $6
- Lobster Roll Sliders – $7/each
Greystone “Day Drinking” Cocktails
Like the food menu, Greystone also updates its drink menu each season as well. Gone are most of the light and fruity drinks of summer. Replacing them are cocktails more catered to popular fall flavors like apple, cinnamon, and honey.
Greystone Single Barrel Knob Creek Bourbon
Friday, 20 October 2017 6:30 pm
Creator: Greystone Public House
Greystone bought a barrel from Knob Creek to have their own house bourbon. You can grab pours of it either neat, on the rocks, or in a cocktail. Stop in on Friday, Oct. 20 and purchase a taste, enjoy light hors d’oeuvres, and take home your own bottle.
One of the favorites of the day. More local figs are the feature in this cocktail. Bird Dog whiskey infused with figs and vanilla, plus honey, walnut bitters, and burnt Rosemary make this drink perfect for cool nights.
A twist on a classic. Greystone Single Barrel Knob Creek bourbon with Antica, Amaro, lemon bitters and splash of Greystone’s Merlot on top.
If you’re looking for a margarita, The 55 is what you want. It has all the margarita fixings of tequila and agave with grapefruit, lime, and a hint of tarragon for some bitterness.
Apple Wood Mimosas
This autumnal twist on the Mimosas features local apple cider, smoked maples, Scotch (yes, Scotch Whisky), topped with Brut Sparkling Wine. A lovely combination, but approach with caution.
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