5/30/2014

Lunch Menu


Lunch Menu is server from 11 AM to 3 PM

~Fountain Café~

Lunch Menu


Starters
Roasted Garlic with melted Brie- salsa fresca and garlic crostini.   $10.5
Fresh Local Mussels and Clams-
Steamed in a light Organic Pesto~ Chardonnay broth with leeks, tomato, and fresh herbs. Served with locally baked Organic baguette.            $14.5
Crab and Shrimp stuffed mushrooms -Baked and topped with a fresh citrus hollandaise                                                                                                                $14.

Soups and Salads
All served with Organic Locally baked Baguette and herb butter

Our famous Clam Chowder~ Bowl $7. / Cup $4.
Daily Soup~ Bowl $6.5/ Cup $3.5

Insalate MistaOur ‘house salad’ 
Organic greens and garnishes with choice of house made dressings: Creamy Gorgonzola, Fresh Herb Vinaigrette, Sweet Honey-Dijon, or Lemon Tahini  $6.

Warm Salad- Copious Organic greens with sautéed potato, prosciutto, and assorted veggies tossed in a warm vinaigrette and topped with parmesan and pine nuts                                              $16.5
Chicken Curry Salad- Spicy chicken salad made with coconut, almonds, and celery a yellow curry sauce served on a bed of organic field greens with fresh tomato wedges
$12.5            
Apple and Gorgonzola Salad- Fresh green apple, red onion, and ginger sautéed in Sherry and tossed with organic spinach, toasted walnuts and Gorgonzola    $13.
*Add Prosciutto $3.

Kale Caesar- Fresh chopped kale tossed with our own zesty dressing of anchovy, garlic, caper and olive oil. Topped with parmesan and lemon        Small 7./ Large 14.                                 
*Add NW smoked Salmon $4. 

Niño’s (12 and under only)
Minnie Marinara~Creamy Fettuccine~Buttery Noodles~Pesto Penne~ $7.
*All come topped with parmesan cheese unless otherwise requested



Sandwiches
Served with a cup of fresh daily soup, Clam Chowder, or salad

Turkey Reuben- Fresh in-house roasted turkey, sauerkraut, Gruyere, & creole sauce on grilled sweet Russian rye   $13.
Caprese- Fresh mozzarella layered with roma tomato, & fresh basil on grilled herb focaccia with balsamic and aioli    $11.
Brie Melt- with Organic basil pesto, slow-roasted tomatoes, and cracked black pepper on artisan bread  $11.5   *Add Turkey for $3.
Tapenade Chicken Sandwich- Chicken breast, olive pesto, spinach, and garlic aioli on grilled artisan bread   $12.
Vegan Black Bean Burger- Made from scratch with Latin flair and served with our house made tomatillo salsa, lettuce, tomato, and red onion on an organic polka bun   $14.25   *Add Gruyere for $1.
Wild Boar ‘Sloppy Joe’- Ground and seasoned to perfection, topped with diced red and green onion on Organic Italian bun with spinach and stone ground aioli  $15.
Mushroom Melt- Roasted chicken breast, caramelized mushrooms and onions, spinach and melted French Brie on grilled Organic sourdough   $14.5
Ham & Cheese- Italian Prosciutto, Gruyere, mozzarella, thinly sliced tomato, and Truffle-aioli on grilled sourdough  $14.5
Green Garden- Grilled Chicken breast, melted mozzarella, artichoke hearts, spinach, green onion, basil pesto & aioli on herbed focaccia   $14.25
Wild Coho Salmon Burger- Served on an Italian bun with organic lettuces, tomato, red onion and house Creole sauce   $15.
Lamb Burger*- with mint pesto, feta, organic spinach and sliced tomatoes on a polka bun   $15.5  

Pastas
Served with locally baked organic baguette

Garlic Prawn stuffed Ravioli- Tossed with fresh diced tomatoes and leeks in a delicate saffron cream sauce $16.
Roasted Walnut & Gorgonzola Penne in a rich cream sauce with spinach, and slow roasted tomatoes $15.5
Scotch Fettuccine- Northwest smoked Salmon with garlic and leeks, in a cream sauce with a hint of  Scotch  $15.5
Almond Chicken- A Whole breast rolled in thinly sliced almonds and baked, topped with a chipotle-honey drizzle and served over a bed of fresh organic spinach and risotto $15.5

  • *A 20% gratuity may be added to parties of 5 or more
  • * Consuming raw or undercooked foods may cause illness



FOUNTAIN CAFE
360-385-1364
920 Washington Street
Port Townsend, WA 98368

HOURS
Sunday – Thursday
Lunch 11:00am –  3pm
Dinner 5pm – 9pm

Friday – Saturday
Lunch 11:00am – 3pm
Dinner 5pm – 9:30pm

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  2. Penny and I finally got to the Fountain Cafe in Port Townsend yesterday. It's housed in the historic Mary Webster Building at 920 Washington St. The decor is as varied as the menu. It is pleasant with a lot of abstract oil paintings on the walls, among other things. We sat at the table at the front window to get the sun. We are seated immediately and our waitress was very good. Both pleasant and attentive. We ordered our usual drinks and a starter to share of Roasted Garlic with melted Brie- salsa fresca and garlic crostini. I highly recommend it. It was large and delicious. The crostini was sliced thin and toasted perfectly. Now for our entrees. Penny ordered a Shrimp and Mushroom Grinder. New and not on the menu. As you can see from the photos this thing is enormous and had the largest shrimp I've ever seen on a sandwich. Needless to say it was delicious however Penny had to take half of it home in a box. I ordered another new sandwich, also not on the menu, a Duck Confit with, among other things, a fig jelly which complimented the flavor of the duck and brought a sweet finish to the taste of the sandwich. Again, delicious! I ate every bit. We both ordered the chowder as our sides, it comes with the sandwich, and it was delicious! Not sure what they are putting in it but it's not your usual clam chowder. For dessert Penny had the Bailey’s Irish Crème Brulée described on the menu as "vanilla flan baked with a twist of our favorite Irish cream, topped with a cap of caramelized raw sugar we hand-fire to order" The taste of the Irish cream really comes through on this and it's a definite winner. She enjoyed this with a small glass fo a Late Harvest Riesling Wine. Myself, I enjoyed the bread pudding described as "local organic bread with brandy soaked cherries, baked to perfection, then topped with cinnamon-vanilla custard and whipped cream". Another winner! I had the Ruby Red Port with my dessert. I have to say that I really enjoyed this experience. I think the place has a good vibe to it and incredible food and I would highly recommend it.

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