Brunch at Half Moon

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This time of year it’s hard to take advantage of the amazing view out the windows of Half Moon in Dobbs. It just gets dark too darn early! So why not go for brunch? Chef Vincent Barcelona just sent me the menu. It looks delicious.

Half Moon Brunch menu we are serving brunch from 11:30 to 3:00 then going directly into our regular dinner menu at 3:00. We are also offering unlimited champagne, mimosas and soft drinks for one charge of $11.50 per person…on a side note we are working on a nonalcoholic mock-cocktail list to offer as part of the $11.50pp.

The 411 on Half Moon.
The menu, after the jump.


Start the day

Yogurt granola parfait $ 9
Fresh market berries
Sliced seasonal fruits $ 10
Fresh market berries

Bagel “All the Way” $ 17
Sliced smoked salmon, whitefish salad,
cream cheese, sliced tomato and onion

Brunch specialties

Bananas foster pancakes $ 12
Pecans and dark rum syrup

Three cheese omelet $ 13
Stuffed with sharp Cheddar, Swiss and Reggiano cheeses and served with home fries

Classic eggs Benedict $ 15
Toasted English muffins, poached eggs, Canadian bacon and hollandaise sauce, served with home fries

Egg white frittata $ 13
Steamed vegetables and minced herbs

Brioche French toast $ 14
Warm berry compote and whipped cream

Steak & Eggs $ 22
Our marinated skirt steak, grilled to order and served with two eggs any style and home fries

Half moon crew’s ration $ 16
Two pancakes, two eggs any style, home fries,
double smoked bacon and country sausage

Biscuits & Country gravy $ 14
Served with two eggs any style and home fries

Salads

chipotle Caesar $10
Romaine Hearts & shaved parmesan

Arugula and radicchio $10
Pine nuts ,currants, croutons & sherry vinaigrette
Chopped Iceberg $9
tomatoes, cucumbers and red wine vinaigrette

Watercress & roast pears $11
Bleu cheese, toasted walnuts & cider dressing

Top any of our salads with your choice of:
Grilled chicken breast $ 7
Three Grilled jumbo shrimp $9

Appetizers

Duck Tacos $14
Salsa & Guacamole

Fried Ipswich clams $14

mini pulled Pork buns $ 7

Buffalo chicken Wings $14

Spicy Tuna on Crisp Wonton $7

Raw bar

Shrimp $3.50 ea 1/2 Lobster $ m/p

Clams $1.50 ea Oysters $2.50 ea

Soups

New England Clam Chowder $10
Smoked bacon, chives & croutons

Butternut squash & Apple $9
Ginger cream

Ceviche

Mahi mahi
Avocado, Vidalia onion, chipotle vinaigrette

Scallop
Fennel, oranges, bell pepper, mint

shrimp
Blackened tomatillo, red onion, & habanera chilies

Individual $8

Tasting of three $20

The “boat”

1½ lb Chilled lobster, 10 Shrimp Cocktail,
10 oysters & 10 clams served with cocktail sauces
$99

Sides

Country pork sausage $7

Double smoked bacon $ 7

Chicken Apple sausage $7

Home fries $5
Roasted new potatoes Brava $6

Grilled asparagus $8

Macaroni and cheese $10

French fries $7

Seafood, steaks and chops

Served with roasted winter vegetables and garden greens

Mahi Mahi $22
Mango chutney

Day boat scallops $23
Chive brown butter

north Atlantic salmon $19
Lemon and olive oil
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Herb Seared Tuna $22
Tomato salsa
Lamb chops $25
Mint Pesto

Pork chops $20
Cider glaze

Skirt steak $22
Chimichuri

Grilled sirloin steak $34
Sake soy

Rolls, Wedges & Burgers

Traditional Burger $13

BBq pork buns (3pcs) $14
Ipswich Clam Po boy $13

Lobster Rolls $23

Half Moon Burger $14
Spicy Aji Amarillo Sauce, tomato salsa, frisee and pickled cucumber

Prime Rib Wedge $14

Above served with French fries and creamy cole slaw

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Seafood Bruschetta, $37
Mussels, clams, shrimp, scallops and grilled country bread

Brick half Chicken $22
Bitter greens and bread salad

Roasted prime rib $34
Potatoes bravas, asparagus and red wine sauce

Barbeque St. Louis spare ribs $27
Creamy slaw, macaroni & cheese

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Liz Johnson is content strategist for The Journal News and lohud.com, and the founding editor of lohudfood, formerly know as Small Bites. As food editor, she won awards from the New York News Publishers Association, the Association of Food Journalists and the Associated Press. She lives in Nyack with her husband and daughter on a tiny suburban lot they call their farm — with fruit trees, an herb garden, and a yardful of lettuce, tomatoes, onions, shallots, cucumbers, zucchini, radishes, cabbage, peppers, Brussels sprouts and carrots and four big blueberry bushes.

1 Comment

  1. As much as I love Half Moon, these prices are similar to the most expensive manhattan restaurant brunch prices.. Equivalent to just the $11.50 beverage surcharge cost, there are some nice brunch options all over NY that include mimosa or a bloody mary.

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