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La Morra for Restaurant Week?

NoAddedSweetener | | Aug 7, 2008 05:48 AM

I searched the board for topics having to do with La Morra in Brookline Village but the last thread was from 2005.
I checked out their upcoming Restaurant week menu and it looked pretty appetizing. My boyfriend is Veg and I lean that way myself, which narrows our choices a bit.
La Morra seems to have a lot of veggie-friendly options and is in my Brookline neighborhood. I also love the idea of getting antipasti, primi, secondi, and dolci all for the same $33.08

The menu is as follows:
Dinner: $33.08
Wine Flight: $15.08

Choice of:
Greens and reds
Panzanella-Bread Salad with cucumber, tomato, red onion and black olives
Wood grilled potato salad with green beans, pesto and mozzarella ($2 supplement)
Arugula and zucchini salad with shaved parmiggiano
Bruschetta with tomato and pesto


Choice of:
Linguini with cherry tomatoes, herbs, fresh chili and garlic
Fettucelle with zucchini, lobster and basil ($6 supplement)
Tomato Risotto
Pasta alla Norma with penne
Corn agnolotti in corn brood with locally foraged chicken mushrooms ($5 supplement)


Choice of:
Spit roasted pork ribs with peppers, roasted potatoes and rhubarb mostarda
Eggplant baked with tomato, basil and ricotta
Half Wood grilled Cornish hen under a brick with zucchini and tomato
Wood grilled hanger steak with locally grown Russian red kale, potato-ricotta gratin and salsa verde
Wood grilled duck scallopine with farro risotto, grilled peach and aged balsamic ($6 supplement)
Pan roasted striped bass with cornbread panzanella, smoked beets and lemon marmellata ($6 supplement)
Wood grilled chatham bluefish with potato puree, corn ragu and fresh herb sauce
Chefs mixed vegetable plate with seasonal vegetables


Contorni ($4.25 supplement)
“Wards Berry Farm”
Corn ragu
Beets with aged balsamic
Potato puree
Zucchini and tomato with summer savory
Green beans with dragoncello


menu subject to change

(It is unfortunate that they don't list the dessert offerings, I suppose I could call ahead and see what they have.)

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