Wednesday, February 3, 2010

The new menu at the Atrium Cafe in the PEM

I grabbed the new menu from the Hawthorne Hotel's blog. Thanks, Juli!

Not everyone realizes that admission to the Atrium at the Peabody Essex Museum, which includes the cafe and the gift shop, is free. And admission to the museum is free for Salem residents and students. This is the last week of the Iris Apfel exhibit, so any fashionistas out there who haven't seen it yet should head over to the PEM for Iris and lunch!

Collection of Art and Culture
Sandwiches by Chef Ian Delph $6.50

Yin Yu Tang House
Roast Beef, Ginger Hoisin Sauce, Roasted Garlic Aioli, Sweet and Sour Cabbage
on Multigrain Bread

Grilled Chicken Yakitori, Orange Ponzu Sauce, Iceberg and Watercress Slaw with Miso Vinaigrette, on Whole Wheat Bread

Native American (Vegan)
Fire-Roasted Tomatoes, Corn and Bell Pepper Succotash, Baby Spinach,
Apple-Almond Chutney
in a Sun-Dried Tomato Wrap

Indian Art (Vegetarian)
Curry-Roasted Vegetables,
Radish Sprouts, Golden Raisin-Walnut Mayonnaise, Tomatoes
on Multigrain Bread

Oceanic Tour
Lemon Tuna Salad, Julienne Cucumbers, Greenleaf Lettuce, Tomatoes
in a Spinach Wrap

Nathaniel Hawthorne
Honey Ham, Gruyere Cheese, Frisée, Red Onions, Dijon Mustard
on Sourdough Bread

Colonial Art
Roasted Turkey, Apple Smoked Bacon,
Bleu Cheese Cream, Cinnamon-Grilled Pear Compote,
Boston Lettuce on Whole Wheat Bread

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