Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Two Winter Park ways to celebrate a fancy 4th of July deliciously

Posted By on Tue, Jul 3, 2018 at 6:44 PM

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Sorry, we know it's last-minute, but we just got the info ourselves. Two of Winter Park's most popular, undeniably somewhat fancy, restaurants are celebrating Independence Day with tasty specials.

First up, the Glass Knife: They'll celebrate the holiday Wednesday, July 4, with a special edition red, white and blue doughnut. Your 4th of July party just found a dessert that doesn't include Jell-O.

Next, the Ravenous Pig: They'll be closed for dinner, but during the day, they're throwing a 4th of July backyard bash from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The a la carte menu is below and it is a doozy – maybe you should reconsider that grill and just let the pros take over. Pricing ranges from $12-$18 for appetizers, $17-$22 for main course and sides are $8.

Chef created an All-American menu with all the backyard-bbq favorites. Reserve a table with friends, sit at the bar or walk in for Taproom seating – the Summer Picnic menu will be offered at every seat!

Fourth of July hours of operation:
11:30am-5:00pm Limited Food Menu; Full Bar


FOURTH OF JULY MENU: a la carte

GRILLED OYSTERS “PRAGO STYLE” $18
garlic butter, toast points

SHRIMP COCKTAIL $12
habanero cocktail sauce

BISCUITS & CHEESE $12
gruyere-chive biscuits, pimento cheese


PLATES:
RAVENOUS PUB BURGER $17
shortrib-brisket, caramelized onion, buttermilk blue cheese, truffle fries

MAHI SANDWICH $16
housemade sauce gribiche, bibb lettuce, roasted tomato, brioche bun

1/2 FRIED CHICKEN $22
watermelon salad, hot honey

RAVENOUS BBQ PLATE $18
ribs, whole hog, beans & greans

SIDES:
FRIED GREEN TOMATOES $8

ZELLWOOD CORN $8

MAC & CHEESE $8



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