Sunday, May 25, 2008
Good bread, pesto and roasted garlic in olive oil. What a great way to start a meal. We were at Elizabeth's in Tariffville after Hartford Stage's production of 'The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore' with Olympia Dukakis.
Then a Landshark beer from Margaritaville Brewery.
There was the usual soup or salad choice and I had the Bean and Bacon soup [not memorable].
Entrées were -
Veal Calabrese [$15.95]: sautéed veal medallions with prosciutto ham, sun-dried tomatoes, kalamata olives, and escarole in a lemon, sherry wine sauce over linguini
Giobatto [$15.95]: sautéed chicken and veal, hot sausage, onions, grilled red peppers simmered in a veal glaze & tomato sauce with fresh herbs over fettuccini
and my Chicken ala Italia [$13.95]: sautéed chicken with capers, red roasted peppers, artichoke hearts, Greek olives, and spinach in a garlic, tomato sauce served over linguini.
bloginfo: Elizabeth's is at 32 Main Street in Tariffville
Open daily, telephone 651.4214
blognote: good, hearty, fresh food served in a homey atmosphere