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Jazzwine Grille-Tyngsboro MA- long


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Jazzwine Grille-Tyngsboro MA- long

DT | Feb 11, 2006 10:25 PM

Went tonight. It has only been opened for one week.

Since their website is not up yet I was not able to check out the menu first. I did call to see what was available.

Nothing grabbed my attention - now I am a very, very picky eater. I ended up with salad and a soup. Salad was good, the 5 onion soup was sweet with no taste of onion.

Hubby had the lobster pie, market price at $22.00. He had the vegetable of the day with it instead of a starch. Four asparagus stalks. It was okay, but he did say he might try again if we came back.

The prices seem a bit high for this particular area, but since I didn't really eat any of the entrees I'll reserve that for another time.

Our server was very good

The owners were going to tables asking how things were, how we heard about them etc.

One side of the room has booths for four, various sized tables down the center and tables for four along the windows.

I have a menu, but no prices are printed. So I may be off with some of the prices.

Their website should be up in about 2 weeks.

Apps were in the $6-10 range I think

Entrees were $18 to mid $30's I think, and that was for the mignon and lobster tale.

I had Pinot Grigio at $6 most wines were between $6 - $10 glass. Looked like a decent wine list, but I didn't spend a lot of time with it.

Decent selection of draft beers.

Hubby had a Wauchuset draft $4.25

Coffee was $2.50

5 onion soup, NE clam chowder both $6
Portobella Mush and kobe beef capaccio
Shrimp cocktail
Crab Cake
Oysters on the half shell
Cheese collection

House salad
Iceberg wedge
baby spinach and strawberry salad
Boston bib salad

Entrees are served with either baked potato, Yukon Gold mashed, steamed vegetable or risotto

New York Sirloin -house butter, caramelized shallots, home made steak sauces

Filet Mignon 8oz, 12 oz with roasted portobello, smoked tomato caper confit and red wine sauce

Porterhouse, 24 oz with onion crisps and wild mushroom ragout

Filet 8 oz and lobster tail with bearnaise sauce

Smoked double porkchop, applewood smoked in-house and grilled, served with smoked apple sauce

Salmon 8oz grilled, with lemon dill butter

Tuna 8os frsh ahi grilled served with sesame shrimp crisp, pickled ginger and Asian slaw

Jumbo Sea Scallops, pan seared, with saffron gnocchi, asparagus, sun-dried fruit, and saffron butter

Haddock, 8 oz filet roasted with spiced foccacia breadcrumbs, lemon and butter

Shrimp Scampi, sauteed with scampi butter and served with vegetable risotto

Whole roasted young chicken, french boned stuffed with veal, Vermont chevre, with chicken gravey and sauteed vegetables

Rack of lamb, with steamed asparagus, Vermont camembert potato souffle and rosemary infused jus

Lobster pie, 1/2 lb of Maine lobster with cream and butter, aged sherry and a light flaky butter crust

Creme brulee $6
Baked Alaska $9
Chocolate almond expresso mousse cake $6
Pecan pie $6
cheese cake $6

They open at 4:00pm, we got there about 4:20. At that time only 2 tables occupied. A couple or two were in the lounge waiting for tables, we still had about a 15 minute wait. I think it was due to servers still coming on in, and they didn't want to load up on one or two servers.

Most people were dressed very casual, as we were. A good number of people came in looked at the menu and left, especially if they had kids in tow.

I think it could have been the prices. Considering what else is in the immdediate area, I think they were thinking more of chain prices.

When we left it was getting very busy.

I think they can do well with a little tweaking here and there. Also, if the meals are good I think they'll do fine.

I wish I could give a better review, but for some reason nothing appealed to me at the time.

I know people were wondering about the menu, so thought I would post that.

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