It’s April, a very special month. This year Easter falls in April and we’ve planned a great meal for Easter Sunday starting at Noon. Including appetizers such as lobster stuffed artichokes with roasted leeks and nantua sauce. Entrees including free range New Zealand rack of lamb with watermelon, jalapeño, mint salsa and classic lobster thermidor. And don’t forget black currant bourbon glazed ham with sweet potato au gratin and orange fennel marmalade. Don’t miss Easter at the 5!
April also is the start of the major league baseball season, the finals of the NCAA Tourney, and the Boston Marathon.
April also includes Passover and last but not least…. My birthday!!
As usual this letter has all of our hype about menus, cocktail hour, etc… By the way the lounge menu has really become popular and I think the food on that menu is the best in town, even I eat there. Here’s a recrat of customer quotes: “Do you just serve seafood, or do you serve fish too?”
Thank you so much for your patronage. Remember there are 50 people here all working hard to please you. If something is wrong, tell us and we’ll make it right.
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Until next time…
Join us for our all new Happy Hour!
Brotherhood- 9:30-12:30 pm
Come dance and sing all your favorites with your favorites!
Ralph Muro Trio- 8:00-11:00 pm
Playing all of your favorites from Frank Sinatra and more!
Splash- 9:30-12:30 pm
Come dance the night away with us!
Greg Neff- 8:00-11:00 pm
The most entertaining solo act on our stage!
Rooster and the Roadhouse Horns- 9:30-12:30 pm
Come dance and sing along with Freddie and his great band!
The Ron and Rhonda Band- 8:00-11:00 pm
Rhonda from Splash, along with Ron Emerick and their band will be playing classics from Billie Holiday, Etta James, and more!
Slow Burn- 9:30-12:30 pm
This band has become our favorite soulful, funky, R&B cover group!
Each of us divulges a portion of our personality by the energy we radiate. Sophia discloses her sweet, sassy sincerity within seconds of a first encounter. Sophia Calidonna started here in October 2016 on her birthday; a gift to us!She is a 2014 graduate from Yorktown where she was class president and was active in track and field, cross country, and played right midfield in soccer her senior year. Sophia is the oldest of four in a very active family. Her father is an elementary music teacher who is an avid marathon runner. Her mother is a writer/recruiter who also is a runner/sprinter. The whole family is very health conscious. Sophia goes home as often as she can between the demands of school and work to spend time with her family and support her 2 younger brothers in their school activities. Sophia is currently a junior at Binghamton University majoring Political Science and minoring in Geographic Information Systems. Her younger sister will follow suite and attend Binghamton University in the Fall upon high school graduation this spring.
One of Sophia’s greatest passions was initiated by accident when she walked in on students performing a mock trial. They invited her to stay and 2 years later she is the vice president of the BU team. They compete against many prestigious colleges across the country. She has participated in ten tournaments to date and her stellar performances have earned her personal awards. Sophia gets energized from an invigorating run, horror movie marathons, or a favorite- a day at the beach with her boyfriend, Doug. Her best friend describes Sophia as playful and makes even the most arduous mundane situation fun. And her most admirable trait is her honesty. Those traits combined very well could be what won her all those awards.
We look forward to serving you soon and wish a very blessed Easter!