Hours

Dinner: Wednesday-Saturday, reservations beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Classic Bluegrass Brunch: Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Reservations recommended at Open Table. For more information, please call Christa at (859) 846-4732 or click to email.

Menu is subject to change.
 

Midwinter’s Night dinner 2019

Three-course meal (choose first course, entrée and dessert) $45

Appetizers

Pate de Campagne Country pate of pork, rabbit and duck with grilled baguette, pickled plums, mustard and cornichon $12

Antipasti Platter for Two Shaved country ham, burrata with balsamic, marinated olives, herbed Feta, pickled peppers, anchovies, roasted garlic, crostini and extra-virgin olive oil $15

First

Linguine and Meatball House-made pasta in a classic tomato sauce with an extra-large lamb and pork meatball, topped with Pecorino Romano

Gnocchi and Ham Handmade potato gnocchi sautéed in brown butter with sage, lima beans, country ham and a splash of cream, finished with a dusting of Parmigiana Reggiano and nutmeg 


Entrée

Broiled Quail Duo of butterflied and skewered birds, marinated in red wine, cooked under open flame with broccolini, garlic, red chili flake and lemon, served over creamy polenta

Fruta Del Mar Calamari, mussels, clams, shrimp and golden tile fish simmered with potatoes, tomatoes, roasted peppers, fish broth, lemon and wine 

Filet Mignon 8 oz. cut marinated with lemon, rosemary and garlic, served with charred radicchio and goat cheese with balsamic reduction ($10 additional)


Dessert

Hazelnut Cake Candied orange slices and whipped cream
Panna Cotta Cherries and Amaretto


Bluegrass Benedict

Bluegrass Benedict

Bluegrass Brunch 2019

Three courses, $25 (choose from first course, entrée and dessert), or a la carte

Appetizers

Country Ham Biscuits Quartet of mini buttermilk biscuits with aged country ham and apple butter $8

Artichoke Fritters Served with Lisa’s famous remoulade $8

Smoked Salmon Smorgasbord Silver-dollar hoecakes, herbed cream cheese, capers, pickles $15

First Course

Warming Winter Salad Winter greens, shaved cabbage, fennel, endive, red onion, warm bacon vinaigrette $6

Red Lentil Soup Made with chicken stock, potatoes, carrots, celery, tomatoes, garlic and spices $6

Entrées

All entrees served with freshly baked biscuits and mini scones from our own Midway Bakery

Bluegrass Benedict Two poached eggs over shaved country ham and pimiento cheese on Midway Bakery English muffins with lemony Hollandaise, with crispy new potatoes $16

Eggs Manhasset Two poached eggs, smoked salmon and herbed cream cheese on Midway Bakery English muffins with lemony Hollandaise, served with crispy new potatoes $15

Stone Cross Farm Sausage Omelet Local eggs filled with white Cheddar, caramelized onions and roasted peppers, served with crispy new potatoes $15

Sheltowee Mushroom Omelet Local eggs filled with roasted mushrooms, Capriole goat cheese and fresh herbs, served with crispy new potatoes $15

Cornmeal Fried Trout Smothered with smoked andouille sausage in a brown butter-shrimp sauce and served with seasonal vegetable $17

Shepherd’s Pie With locally raised lamb and root vegetables in a rich gravy topped with garlicky potato puree and baked until golden and bubbly $16

Herb-roasted Chicken Bone-in chicken breast, roasted with garlic-herb compound butter and lemon, served with seasonal vegetable $16

Desserts

Chocolate-Cherry Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce $6

Midway Bakery Carrot Cake $6

Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie $8
 

Ouita’s Whippersnappers

Served with fresh fruit or vegetable of the day, ice cream and Midway Bakery cookie for dessert. $10

Chicken Fingers with honey mustard
Willa’s Favorite Cheese Quesadilla
Scrambled Egg, Ham Biscuit and Grits

Beverages

Soft Drinks, Iced Tea, Coffee, $2.50

Hot Tea, $3.00


Desserts created by The Midway Bakery. Visit The Midway Bakery, open daily, at 510 South Winter Street, Midway, Ky.

18% gratuity may be added to parties of 6 or more

Dear Guest: While we serve only the freshest meats, seafood and eggs and often enjoy them raw or lightly cooked, please remember that consuming raw or lightly cooked meats, seafood and eggs always presents a potential health hazard.