Options, options! Get your new food options!
Just in time for autumn, the World Series and the Portsmouth Halloween Parade, Chef Jon has unleashed new Cheaplie and Weekly Specials menus for your gustatory pleasure. Check out the line-ups!
Mondays: Delicious Veggie Enchiladas stuffed with poblano peppers, onions, black beans, sweet corn, house-made queso fresco and topped with enchilada-ale sauce, jack cheese and avocado cream
Tuesdays: Italian Roast Beef Sandwich- Tender roast beef marinated in rosemary, garlic, oregano infused IPA and served on a toasted baguette alongside house-made giardiniera and basil-pesto mayonnaise
Wednesday: Korean Beef Tacos- Same awesome mixture of house-made bulgogi beef with avocado, daikon, chili paste, house kimchee and cucumber-rice salad; different day! You can get this meat-free.
Thursday: Old Brown Dog Lamb Tagine- Lamb stewed with Smuttynose Old Brown Dog, Moroccan spices, chick peas and golden raisins, served over herbed cous-cous. This also available meat-free.
Friday: House-Smoked Baby Back Ribs- dressed with homemade BBQ sauce and served with potato salad, coleslaw and cornbread.
Saturday: Portuguese Seafood Stew- A hearty tomato-ale stew full of linguica, littleneck clams, P.E.I. mussels and local pollack with a grilled baguette topped with roasted red pepper romesco sauce.
Sunday: Stout Meatloaf- Like Mom used to make, but with beer, locally-foraged mushroom gravy and a stout balsamic reduction.
New Cheaplies– best enjoyed in the Jimmy LaPanza Lounge.
Monday: Mushroom Gravy Cheese Fries- if this were a New Jersey diner, these would be called disco fries and they wouldn’t be as good. $1 per order
Tuesday: Dollar Tacos- Your choices of beef, chicken or poblano-black bean.
Wednesday: Sloppy Joe or Lentil Joe Sliders, $1 each
Thursday: Mini Cheesesteaks or Braised Tempeh Sliders, $2 each
Don’t forget, every night at Portsmouth Brewery is Parking Violation Night. Bring your City of Portsmouth parking ticket and payment in and we’ll send it to City Hall and give you a pint! Civics never seemed so fun, did it?