As we look forward to fall harvest flavors, we are about to return to a north hills favorite, Mediterrano. This time Chef Swiger is preparing a feast to be served family style among all our closest friends and followers. If all goes as planned, weather-included, our lamb will be roasted outside of the restaurant on a spit resulting in a delectable flavor.
The entire menu is as follows:
Hummus and Grilled Pita, Stuffed Grape Leaves, Spanakopita
Soup & Salad Course
Potato-Fennel-Leek Soup and Roasted Root Vegetable Salad with Balsamic Glaze
Dinner Course, Served Family Style
Roasted Lamb on a Spit served with a Rich Lamb Gravy and Tossed with Gemeli Pasta, Topped with Kasseri Cheese
Roasted Tomatoes Stuffed with Organic Grains, Grilled Zucchini, Squash, and a Blend of Cheeses, with Cinnamon Infused Roasted Red Pepper Sauce
Green Beans with Tomatoes, Onions, and Garlic
Rice Pilafi with Toasted Almonds, Pine Nuts, and Orzo
Soft Drinks/Coffee/Hot Tea included
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One thought on “October 2014 Wine Exchange at Mediterrano”
I’ve seen many good reviews of Mediterrano, but not my favorite. My favorite Greek food is at Greek Stop, only a hop skip and a jump from Babcock Blvd on Saxonburg Blvd near Hartwood Acres, have you tried it? If not definitely stop by and yes, I’m biased as I’m a waitress there.
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