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New Year’s Eve Dinner 2017 > 2018

RHODY CAFE
NEW YEAR’S EVE MENU 2017
APERITIF
Local Cheese ~ House Crackers
Champagne

APPETIZER
Prosciutto Wrapped Sea Scallop
Frangelico Crème ~ Arugula
OR
Duck Confit ~ Butternut Squash Risotto

SALAD
Caesar Salad
Parmesan ~ Romine ~ Croutons ~ Lemon Wedge
OR
House Salad
Greens ~ Balsamic Dressing ~ Carrots
Tomato ~ Red Onion ~ Croutons

ENTREE
Lobster Tail
Béarnaise Sauce ~ Grilled Asparagus
Skagit Potato Rosette
OR
Hand Cut Filet Mignon ~
Butternut Squash Risotto

DESSERT
Chocolate Torte ~ Bittersweet Chocolate
Montana Huckleberry Coulis
OR
House Made Ice Cream

$75 per person
does not include beverages and gratuity
Reservations Required Seating at 5:30pm and 8pm
10% off all bottled wines
NOW SERVING COCKTAILS
Vegetarian options available

Book The Rhody Cafe NOW for a Holiday Party this winter season!

Book The Rhody Cafe NOW for a Holiday Party this winter season! We’ve still got dates available for your holiday party, family gathering, or corporate event. We can offer you highly customizable event packages for the venue & food/drinks to accommodate as many people as your party needs. We are available for all kinds of occasions. Call us at 360-766-6667 to make a reservation. www.RhodyCafe.com

Friday, October 13th – Closed @ 3PM for Private Event

CascadiaWeekly.com: Best of Skagit 2017 – BEST DESSERT: Rhody Cafe

It should come as no surprise that the same folks who took home this year’s Best Bakery honors would clean up in this category as well. Right next door to the Farm to Market Bakery is a Chuckanut Drive mainstay, the Rhody Cafe, which has had a longstanding commitment to hyperlocal ingredients, seasonal menu planning and small-town charm. The desserts rotate along with the menu, and when you want to end your meal with the best sweet treats of the season, this is where you go.

Where: 5521 Chuckanut Drive, Bow
Info: www.rhodycafe.com

You can view the entire BEST OF SKAGIT article here: http://bit.ly/2oBslhY

Easter @ The Rhody

Celebrate Easter at the Rhododendron Cafe! We will be serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

BREAKFAST/BRUNCH

Rhody Eggs Benedict 3 ways
House Made English Muffin ~ Two Local Eggs
Hollandaise Sauce ~ Wallace Farms Potatoes ~
Local Hempler’s Natural Ham -or- Wild Kodiak Island Sockeye
-or- Shitake Mushrooms Fresh Spinach
$16.50

Steak and Eggs
Grilled Steak ~ Two Eggs Any Style ~ Hollandaise Sauce
Wallace Farms Potatoes ~ House Made Honey Wheat Toast ~ Fruit
$16.95

Montana Huckleberry Waffles
House Made Huckleberry Coulis ~ Vermont Maple Syrup ~ Bacon or Sausage
$13.25

Rhody Scramble
Shitake Mushrooms ~ Bacon ~ Fresh Spinach ~ Pepper Jack Cheese
Wallace Farms Potatoes ~ House Made Honey Wheat Toast
$14

Kids Waffles
Plain -or- Huckleberry -or- Chocolate Chip ~ Vermont Maple Syrup ~ Bacon or Sausage
$7.95
Kids breakfast
Egg ~ Wallace Farms Potatoes ~ House Made Honey Wheat Toast ~ Bacon or Sausage
$7.95
Sides
Farm Fresh Eggs any Style $1.50
Bacon, Ham, or Sausage Links $3.75
House Made Honey Wheat, English Muffin, or Buttermilk Biscuit $2.75
Local Roasted Potatoes $2.25
Assorted Fresh Fruit $3.00

Beverages
Bloody Mary or Ceaser ~ Oola Vodka (Seattle, WA) ~ House Mix $11
House Mimosa ~ Sparkling Wine with Organic Orange Juice $6.50
Coffee or Tea $2.75
Hot Chocolate or Hot Apple Cider $2.25
Organic Juice ~ Orange ~ Apple ~ Lemonade $2.75
Craft Sodas ~ Huckleberry ~ Root Beer~ Orange ~ Ginger Ale $2.75
Coke ~ Diet Coke ~ Sprite $2.00

LUNCH/DINNER

Taylor Shellfish Oysters
Hand Breaded ~ Tarter or Cocktail Sauce ~ or Shooter
$2.50/ea or $22 for 10 oysters

Spring Risotto
Oregon Bay Shrimp ~ WA Asparagus~ Lemon Zest ~ Parmesan ~ Chives
$16

Senegalese Peanut Soup
Fresh Roasted Chicken ~ Basmati Rice ~ Cilantro ~ Breadfarm Bread
Cup $5.75/ Small Bowl $7.75/ Large Bowl $10.75

Thai Curry Coconut Soup
Oregon Bay Shrimp ~ Basmati Rice ~ Cilantro ~ Breadfarm Bread
Cup $6.75/ Small Bowl $8.75/ Large Bowl $11.75
Penn Cove Mussels
Fresh Steamed Local Mussels ~White Wine ~ Butter ~ Garlic
Fresh Herbs ~Tomato ~ Grilled Garlic Bread
$14

East Edison Burger
Local Grass Feed Beef ~ White Cheddar ~ L.T.O. ~ House Made Bun ~ Aioli
Side Salad
$13.75
add Bacon or Gorgonzola or Ham or Fried Egg or Caramelized Onions or Mushrooms
$2/ea

Kodiak Island Sockeye Salmon Salad
Cajun Grilled or Grilled ~ Organic Mixed Greens ~ Carrots ~Tomato ~ Red Onion
Croutons ~ House Made Dressing ~ Cheese
$16.50

New Year’s Eve Dinner 2016 > 2017

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Celebrate the New Year at The Rhody!
There will be two seatings – 5PM + 7:30PM
$75 per person
10% OFF Bottles of Wine all evening + we have COCKTAILS this year too! Menu Details COMING SOON!
for more information, go to http://www.rhodycafe.com/
or call 360-766-6667 for reservations.
Must be 21+ to drink alcohol!

RHODY CAFE
NEW YEAR’S EVE MENU 2016
APERITIF
Kir Royale
Crème de Cassis topped with Champagne

APPETIZER
Pan Seared Sea Scallop ~ Shitake Broth ~ Risotto
OR
Seared Duck Breast ~ Fresh Cider Thyme Reduction
Butter Nut Squash Risotto

SALAD
Caesar Salad
Shaved Parmesan ~ Croutons ~ Lemon Wedge
OR
Green Salad ~ Balsamic Dressing ~ Carrots
Tomato ~ Red Onion ~ Croutons

ENTREE
Lobster Tail
Béarnaise Sauce ~ Grilled Asparagus
Morgan Family Farms Potato Rosette
OR
Hand Cut NY Strip Steak ~ Black Truffle Butter
Spaghetti Squash ~ Bacon Roasted Fingerling Potatoes

DESSERT
Chocolate Torte ~ Bittersweet Chocolate
Montana Huckleberry Coulis
OR
Maple Pine Nut Créme Brülée
OR
House Made Salted Caramel Ice Cream

Oct 22nd Paella Dinner at The Rhody with Paella King

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The Rhododendron Cafe is excited to announce a Paella Dinner on Oct 22nd in collaboration with The Paella King!

Time: 5:30PM / Dinner Served @ 6:30PM
Price: $26 – includes Paella, Appitizer, Salad, Fruit Plate {Drinks not included!}
We will have featured Spanish Wines
Call for Reservations: 360-766-6667

The Making of the Paella King – I started this business in 1997 with the idea of recreating some of the joy of music and food that I experienced in the gypsy community in Spain, both for my clients and for myself. I chose paella because it is a great party dish and I was aesthetically drawn to it. Who could not be inspired in the presence of a good paella, with its prawns, squid, chicken, clams, mussels, and legumes resting in a bed of golden, saffron-infused rice? It is a fiesta in a pan!

More info on The Paella King: http://paellaking.com/

Jim’s Cooking Class at Gretchens in Mt Vernon – October 11th

Chef Jim Kowalski, owner of the beloved Rhody Café in Bow is back in our kitchen to show us how to make some seasonal favorites from his restaurant kitchen. We’ll begin with a colorful Caprese Salad using tomatoes and basil grown right at the Rhody, then for our main it’s a Braised Lamb Shank with a Sage Walnut Pesto and Saffron Risotto. For dessert, a Chocolate Torte with Skagit Blueberry Coulis. Delicious!

CascadeWeekly.com: Best of Skagit 2016 – BEST BREAKFAST: The Rhododendron Cafe

Rhododendron_Cafe_by_Jessamyn_Tuttle_(4)-oThe Rhododendron Cafe has been enticing breakfast-lovers for years. But when Jim and Lisa Kowalski took over the cafe last year, they elevated this restaurant’s culinary delights. Have you had their salmon Eggs Benedict? No? That’s no one else’s fault but your own. Rhody Cafe is showing its craft in every plate. They even make their own English muffins, which is reason enough to head up Chuckanut Drive and stop in for an award-winning breakfast.
Where: 5521 Chuckanut Drive, Bow
Info: http://www.rhodycafe.com

Eater.com: Best Food Bets for Skagit Valley Tulip Festival Day-Trippers

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Seattle.Eater.com: Skagit Valley’s annual rite of spring, the month-long Tulip Festival, provides a good excuse for exploring the region’s dining options, which are by turns folksy, trendy, and surprisingly sophisticated.

After the mildly surreal experience of walking through color-drenched tulip fields, the direction you point your car will determine how you satisfy your hunger. Just to the east, Mount Vernon and Burlington provide classic small-town choices—a bar and grill, a burger joint, a couple of ethnic holes-in-the-wall. West of the fields, La Conner is a former artists’ colony that’s now primarily a high-end retirement village, with upscale-casual restaurants to match. Drive north and you’ll hit tiny Edison, which feels like a block of Brooklyn plopped down in a field along Salmon Bay.

The Rhody Cafe

You may well get your finest meal in Skagit Valley at the little Rhody Cafe, located in a modest farmhouse a few blocks from Edison in the sister town of Bow. The kitchen manages to balance simplicity and sophistication, meticulously executing timeless specialties like grilled salmon salad and pan-seared pork chops with apple brandy.

URL: http://seattle.eater.com/maps/food-skagit-valley-tulip-fest