American Cuisine • Buffet/Family Style, Character Dining

No alcohol served

Champagne & Sparkling Wine  |  Red Wine  |  White WineBeer  |  Cider  |  Cocktail

* Last updated in August 2018 (Menu and prices are subject to change)


Champagne & Sparkling Wine

domaine ste. michelle brut

Available: Lunch & Dinner
Region: Columbia Valley
Tasting Notes: Not too dry, apples and citrus with persistent bubbles and a crisp finish.
More info: Also used in the Mimosa on the menu! Domaine Ste. Michelle celebrates more than 50 years of winemaking. Since then, they have combined Old World winemaking traditions with New World innovation. In fact, Chateau Ste. Michelle is one of the few premium wineries in the world with two state-of-the-art wineries, one for red and one for white. The whites are made at the Chateau in Woodinville, WA, while the reds are made at their Canoe Ridge Estate winery in Eastern Washington.

Bottle: $39.00
Glass: $9.00



mimosa with domaine ste. michelle brut & orange juice

Available: Lunch & Dinner
Tasting Notes: Domaine Ste. Michelle is a lovely bubbly with delicate aromas of green apple, bright citrus notes, pairs perfectly with orange juice for a mimosa!

Glass: $10.00

Red Wine


MacMurray estate vineyards pinot noir

Available: Lunch & Dinner
Region: Russian River Valley
Tasting Notes: Dry, layers of cherry and boysenberry with baking spices and a silky finish.
More info: MacMurray Estate Vineyards is deeply rooted in Sonoma County. Their namesake vineyard, MacMurray Ranch, has been a farmstead since the 1850s, farmed by the Porter family until actor Fred MacMurray bought the ranch in 1941. Fred embraced the rancher’s lifestyle, raising prize-winning cattle and farming crops here for decades, while his children rode horses through the hills. Fred’s daughter—the actress, screenwriter and activist Kate MacMurray—retains an indelible tie to the estate, helping us share the heritage of our namesake vineyard, historic property and celebrated wine.

Bottle: $55.00
Glass: $13.00


Francis FORD coppola diamond collection merlot

Available: Lunch & Dinner
Region: California
Tasting Notes: Intense aromatics of raspberry and blueberry lead to flavors of crushed berries, vanilla and leather, which are wrapped up in a soft, smooth tannin structure.
More Info: Francis Ford Coppola puts it best, saying the winery is “a wine wonderland, a park of pleasure where people of all ages can enjoy all the best things in life – food, wine, music, dancing, games, swimming and performances of all types. A place to celebrate the love of life.”

Bottle: $45.00
Glass: $10.00

White Wine


Fess parker riesling

Available: Lunch & Dinner
Region: Santa Barbara County
Tasting Notes: A refreshing, off-dry wine with prominent peach, apricot and melon aromas and flavors.
More Info: When Fess Parker purchased the 714 acre Foxen Canyon Ranch in 1988 his plan was to run cattle, plant a few acres of vineyard and perhaps someday, establish a small winery. His dream was to start a family business that he could pass on to future generations.

Bottle: $39.00
Glass: $9.00



Available: Lunch & Dinner
Region: Sonoma County
Tasting Notes: Dry, zesty citrus and tropical flavors that are crisp and refreshing.
More Info: Kenwood Vineyards was established in the 1970s in the very heart of Sonoma, where together with a handful of wineries, we started premium winemaking in this region, long before the region’s AVAs were even created.

Bottle: $39.00
Glass: $9.00


Cambria benchbreak chardonnay

Available: Lunch & Dinner
Region: Santa Maria Valley, Central Coast, California
Tasting Notes: Lively fruit and oak spice aromas. Citrus, pineapple, white peach and apple flavor with a fresh, clean finish.
More info: Where the foothills rise up from the valley floor on the Santa Maria Bench sits Cambria Estate Winery. Family-owned, sustainably-farmed, and passionately tended by a team proud to be stewards of this remarkable property, each wine bearing the Cambria name is grown, produced and bottled on the estate.

Bottle: $49.00
Glass: $11.00



Bud light lager

Available: Lunch & Dinner
Crafted In: USA
Tasting Notes: Subtle fruity and citrus taste notes with a fast clean finish. Bright golden color, with a crisp, smooth taste and delicate malt sweetness.

Serving: $7.25


Michelob ultra

Available: Lunch & Dinner
Crafted In: USA
Tasting Notes: Brewed using the finest barley malt, select grains, all-imported hops and a pure-cultured yeast strain. The special choice of grains combined with the extended mashing process produces a smooth, refreshing beer with fewer carbohydrates.

Serving: $7.75


Blue moon belgian white

Available: Lunch & Dinner
Crafted In: USA
Tasting Notes: A wheat beer brewed with Valencia orange peel for a subtle sweetness and bright, citrus aroma.
More Info: Blue Moon's story begins in the Sandlot Brewery at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, at the beginning of the 1995 baseball season. After earning his Ph.D. in brewing from the University of Brussels, the founder and head brewmaster Keith Villa returned stateside with the goal of brewing well-crafted beers inspired by Belgian styles, with a refreshing twist. Amongst the many beers one fan favorite emerged, in true baseball fashion they called it ‘Bellyslide Wit’. Someone said, “A beer this good only comes around once in a blue moon,” and thus Blue Moon® Belgian White Belgian-Style Wheat Ale was born.

Serving: $7.75



angry orchard crisp hard apple cider

Available: Lunch & Dinner
Crafted In: Hudson Valley
Tasting Notes: Bright, crisp apple flavor, just like biting into a fresh apple. It is a perfect balance of sweetness and bright acidity from culinary apples and dryness of traditional cider making apples, resulting in a complex, yet refreshing, hard cider.
More Info: The Hudson Valley also has a long cider making tradition. Before prohibition, cider apple orchards were common to find in the region. Cider has been made here for more than 200 years. Like many of the orchards in the area, their orchard has a long history. It has been a farm since the 1700s and the first apple trees were planted here around 100 years ago. The Crist Family took ownership of this orchard in 1963 and as leaders in the apple growing industry, grew both culinary and cider apples.

Serving: $8.50