What’s New At Vinnie’s
We hope you are getting ready for the holidays and are as excited as we are to spend Thanksgiving with friends and family. On that note, we would like to remind you that we will be closed this Thursday, Nov. 28th for Thanksgiving, but will be open normal hours the rest of the week.
This week at Vinnie’s, we are thankful for fresh local ingredients. Take a break from cooking in your kitchen and come see what’s in ours.
To start, enjoy Steamed NC Littleneck Clams with house-made Italian Sausage, Roasted Red Peppers, Spinach, and Linguine.
Warm up with our classic Tomato-Basil Bisque garnished with Garlic-Herb Croutons and freshly grated Parmesan.
If you have yet to try Brussels Sprouts, now would be the time to try. We are offering Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon, perfect to accompany any meal.
For your main dish consider Joyce Farms Duck 3 Ways, including Dry-Aged Breast, Leg Confit & Roasted Duck Jus with Potato Gnocchi, Butternut Squash, and Brussels Sprouts Leaves.
With apple season in full swing, Chef Tom has brought back our NC Fuji Apple Fritters served with house-made Cinnamon Ice Cream and finished with a Hard Cider Caramel Sauce. You’ll want to try these before they’re all gone!
As you begin your search for a gift for that person who has everything. Give them the gift of steak! Vinnie’s Gift Cards are available on our website, over the phone or in person.
It’s also time to book your holiday party at Vinnie’s. Our private dining rooms are perfect for hosting a company party or a gathering of family and friends. December dates are filling up fast, so please call or visit our website for more information.
NC Fuji Apple Fritters
It wouldn’t be Fall without Chef Tom’s warm NC Fuji Apple Fritters, served with house made Cinnamon Ice Cream and finished with a Hard Cider Caramel, it’s the sweetest way to end a great meal.
Joyce Farms Duck
Joyce Farms Duck 3 Ways, featuring Dry-Aged Breast, Leg Confit, & Roasted Duck Jus served over Potato Gnocchi, Butternut Squash, and Brussels Sprout Leaves.