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Beef Wellington - Diners love the Creekstone tenderloin of beef, showcased by foie gras, caramelized garlic and shallots, mushroom and truffle oil duxelle, seasonal vegetables, and Courvoisier cream.
Polka Combo - Savor the tastes of Poland, including stuffed cabbage, Polish kielbasa, pierogi, sauerkraut, potatoes, and pickles.
Warm Carrot Cake - Our “World Famous,” award-winning carrot cake served warm, with frosted-to-order cream cheese icing.
Linguine Frutti Di Mare - Linguine with white wine and a zesty red sauce are tossed with shrimp, clams, mussels, octopus, crab, and fresh oregano, making this pasta a delectable choice.
Rack of Michigan Lamb - A succulent, mouth-watering rack of lamb is served with Moroccan couscous, harissa yogurt, marcona almonds, and mint gremolata.
Zucchini - Vegan zucchini bread, smoked cipollini onions, puffed grains, caramelized onion puree.
Vitello Casa Blanca - Tender veal medallions sautéed with jumbo shrimp, baby spinach, roasted red peppers and artichoke hearts tossed in olive oil, garlic and a white wine lemon caper sauce. Accompanied with a side of homemade gnocchi palomino.