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East Side Restaurant, The

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Published March 7, 2012 at 10:49 a.m.


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00147 Landing St., Newport, 802-334-2340

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This place is famous for seafood bisque, as well as prime rib and fresh fish. Bar, booth and dining-room seating available. Breakfast on weekends only. Buffet on Sunday.

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$10 Lunch Special (Homestyle American)

All nonalcoholic beverages are included with lunch.

Entrée Options
  • Vermont Panini & Soup
    Ham and Vermont sharp cheddar cheese on wheat bread, grilled and served with soup du jour
  • Gorgonzola Steak Salad
    Grilled sirloin, portabella mushrooms, red peppers and garlicky green beans over crisp romaine lettuce, French-fried onions and a hint of Gorgonzola cheese, served with sweet vidalia onion dressing
  • Spinach Ravioli
    Fresh spinach, tomatoes, button mushrooms, asparagus and roasted garlic, tossed with spinach ravioli and a garlic wine sauce
Dessert
  • Dessert du Jour
$25 Dinner Menu
Appetizer Options
  • Baked Oysters
    Oysters baked on the half-shell with fresh garlic, spinach, bacon and a sprinkle of Parmesan
  • Deep-Fried Cheese Curds
    Hand-breaded and deep-fried, served with jalapeño-ranch dipping sauce
  • Habanero Shrimpers
    Jumbo shrimp stuffed with habanero-cheese blend, breaded and deep-fried with sweet onion sauce for dipping
Entrée Options
  • Pumpkin Ravioli
    With sautéed red peppers, dried cranberries and fresh spinach in maple-lime butter, topped with candied walnuts and feta cheese
  • Steak au Poivre
    Grilled sirloin, finished with brandy-peppercorn sauce
  • Dijon-Crusted Salmon
    Atlantic salmon with an herb-Dijon crust, baked and finished with a light Dijon cream sauce
Dessert
  • Dessert du Jour

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