AppetizersSalad Dressings: Ranch, Bleu Cheese, Caesar Cusabi (cucumber and wasabi), Honey Dijon (fat free), Italian, Oriental Sesame, Oil and Vinegar, Sun Dried Tomato Vinaigrette (fat free)
A motherload of tortilla chips, melted cheese, veggie chili, tomatoes, black olives, sour cream, salsa and jalapeno peppers
Cheese Nachos Platter
Kid Size - 5.00
Tortilla chips and melted melted cheese
Brie & Crackers
A perfect side to a bottle of wine
The Inferno Quesadilla
Chicken breast, mozzarella, tomatoes, hot sauce and a side of cool ranch dressing
Little Lo’s Grilled Cheese
Served on a croissant with chips
Sweet Potato Fries
Our famous waffle fries served with zesty dipping sauce
Veggie Egg Roll
Three veggie egg rolls with your choice of dipping sauce
Even better than you remember them
Our Veggie Chili
Add Cheese/sour Cream - 4.50
Fried Banana Peppers
Soup & Salad
Hot Pretzel Sticks
Mixed Greens Side Salad
Soup of the Day
Half pounder, charbroiled plus chips & pickle
Veggie burger, lettuce, tomato, sprouts, Pon Farr sauce, chips and a pickle on the side
Hot WrapsServed with chips & Gouda
Gourmet Portobello Wrap
Portobellos, roasted red peppers, tomatoes and mozzarella
Chicken Parm Wrap
Chicken breast with marinara sauce and mozzarella
Texas Pig in a Blanket
Pulled pork smothered in BBQ sauce, mozzarella and tomatoes
Chicken breast, marinara sauce, hot sauce and mozzarella
The Hot Tali
Veggie chili, chicken, salsa, nacho cheese, mozzarella & black olives
Tuna Melt Wrap
Premium Albacore tuna, American cheese and tomatoes
El Cyber Wrap
Our veggie chili, rice, jalapenos, sour cream and mozzarella
Cold Wrapsserved with tortilla chips and smoked Gouda. Spice it up - homemade salsa, nacho cheese or hummus Add $0.50. Spring Mix Salad instead of chips Add $1. Unwraps: turn any of these wraps into a giant salad $8
Wrap of Kahn
Chicken breast, hummus, lettuce and tomatoes
Hummus, fresh salad greens, cucumbers and tomatoes
Mu Shu Wrap
Chicken breast, sprouts and fresh salad greens served with an oriental sesame sauce
Chicken breast, greens, tomatoes and fresh salsa
Buffalo Wing Wrap
Chicken breast, spicy wing sauce, lettuce, tomatoes and your choice of bleu cheese or ranch dressing
Chicken breast, lettuce, tomato, and a tangy BBQ sauce
Angry Orchard Co Apple Cider, 5.0% ABV Common CiderThis crisp and refreshing cider offers sweet apple notes up front with a subtle dryness at the finish for a balanced cider taste. A hint of Fuji apples adds a layer of complexity and brings out a fresh apple aroma and slightly sweet, ripe apple flavor.
Bell's Two Hearted Ale, 7.0% ABV American IPAA decidedly hoppy and bitter, moderately strong American pale ale.
Bud Light , 4.2% ABV Lite American LagerIntroduced nationally in 1982, Bud Light is brewed with a malt and hops ratio different from Budweiser for a distinctively crisp taste with fewer calories.
Founders Breakfast Stout, 9.4% ABV Oatmeal StoutBrewed with an abundance of flaked oats, bitter and imported chocolates, and Sumatra and Kona coffee, this stout has an intense fresh-roasted java nose topped with a frothy, cinnamon-colored head that goes forever.
Guinness Draught, 4.2% ABV Dry StoutLabatt's brew a pale ale base to which is added the unfermented but hopped Guinness wort extract. Guinness Extra Stout is brewed in Canada by Labatt under license from Arthur Guinness Son & Company.
Ithaca Cascazilla, 6.5% ABV American Amber AleLike an American pale ale with more body, more caramel richness, and a balance more towards malt than hops (although hop rates can be significant).
Lakefront Fixed Gear Red Ale, 6.5% ABV American Amber AleLike an American pale ale with more body, more caramel richness, and a balance more towards malt than hops (although hop rates can be significant).
Magic Hat # 9, 5.1% ABV American Pale AleRefreshing and hoppy, yet with sufficient supporting malt.
North Coast Old Rasputin, 9.0% ABV Russian Imperial StoutProduced in the tradition of 18th Century English brewers who supplied the court of Russia's Catherine the Great, Old Rasputin seems to develop a cult following wherever it goes. It's a rich, intense brew with big complex flavors and a warming finish.
Rogue Dead Guy, 6.6% ABV Maibock/Helles BockIn the style of a German Maibock, using our proprietary Pacman ale yeast. Deep honey in color with a malty aroma and a rich hearty flavor.
Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA, 7.2% ABV American IPAA decidedly hoppy and bitter, moderately strong American pale ale.
Southern Tier 2x Milk Stout, 7.5% ABV Sweet StoutA very dark, sweet, full-bodied, slightly roasty ale. Often tastes like sweetened espresso.
Southern Tier Live American Pale Ale, 5.5% ABV
Stella Artois, 5.2% ABV Vienna LagerCharacterized by soft, elegant maltiness without being overly sweet.
Switchback Ale, 5.0% ABV American Amber AleLike an American pale ale with more body, more caramel richness, and a balance more towards malt than hops (although hop rates can be significant).
The Just Beer Project Just IPA, 4.8% ABV American IPAA decidedly hoppy and bitter, moderately strong American pale ale.
Tommyknocker Maple Nut Brown, 4.5% ABV American Brown AleCan be considered a bigger, maltier, hoppier interpretation of Northern English brown ale or a hoppier, less malty Brown Porter, often including the citrus-accented hop presence that is characteristic of American hop varieties.
Unibroue La Fin Du Monde, 9.0% ABV Belgian TripelStrongly resembles a Strong Golden Ale but slightly darker and somewhat fuller-bodied. Usually has a more rounded malt flavor but should not be sweet.
Coffee, milk and triple blend of chocolate, served hot or iced
Single - 1.50
Double - 2.25
Unit Lost (four Short Shots) -
Octopus (eight Short Shots) - 5.95
Espresso, steamed milk and cap of foam
Espresso, steamed milk and a little bit of foam
Torani Flavorscreate your own flavor combination - Italian Sodas & Lattes
Brown Sugar & Cinnamon
Music & Events ScheduleApril 2014.
April 1, Tuesday - Open MicThe first Tuesday of each month, the Cafe stage can be yours. Sign up 7:30. Showtime 8pm. Musicians, poets, and whatever...
April 2, Wednesday - RaibredInfluences: The Grateful Dead, Furthur, Rush, Yes, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Bela Fleck and The Flecktones, The Doors, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, etc.
April 3, Thursday - InnerMissionDead, Dylan and beyond with a rotating cast of fine players.
April 4, Friday - Professor Louie & the CrowmatixGrammy Nominated Professor Louie & The Crowmatix, Woodstock, NY - The group came into existence preparing songs for Aaron Professor Louie Hurwitz' studio productions for the Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame group The Band. They are also the backing group for solo CD's by Rick Danko, Levon Helm and Garth Hudson. Professor Louie & The Crowmatix started touring and recording their own music in 2001. They have eight studio CD's and two live recordings on The Woodstock Records label. 2012-13 Woodstock Records released their new recording "Wings On Fire" on CD and 180 Gram Vinyl to rave reviews. "ALL THE BEST PARTS OF MUSIC ARE ON DISPLAY IN WINGS ON FIRE" Cash Box The David Lynch recording label Transcendental Music released a single by Professor Louie & The Crowmatix called The World Belongs To You. Professor Louie & The Crowmatix CD Whispering Pines was nominated for five Grammy's. Professor Louie was inducted into the South Canadian Blues Society Hall Of Fame. Professor Louie & The Crowmatix were inducted into The International Blues Hall Of Fame New York Chapter. They are the only group inducted into this Hall Of Fame. Professor Louie & the Crowmatix have the distinct honor of being the only group to have a live concert recording released by The New York State Museum entitled The Spirit Of Woodstock. Their music is consistently on The Radio Roots Charts and are always getting air play on radio stations across the country. Professor Louie & The Crowmatix have been featured on syndicated radio shows, Acoustic Cafe, E-Town, Public Radio show Live At the Linda. The Mitch Albom Radio Show & Woodsongs Radio Hour.
April 5, Saturday - Liberty Belle and the Union BoysThree Piece Angsty Rock Brought To You By... Andrew Williamson - Drums, Vocals; Laura Keim - Bass, Lead Vocals; Harrison Teich - Guitar
April 7, Monday - Monday Night Team TriviaThe action starts at 8:30 every Monday. To play you need a team of at least one person including yourself. Think of a team name and join the fun.
April 8, Tuesday - KaraokeYou can take the stage and perform from a selection of 16,000 songs over the Cafe's concert sound system. You know you want to! Starts 8:30.
April 9, Wednesday - Isamu McGregor & Aquarium Test
April 10, Thursday - InnerMissionDead, Dylan and beyond with a rotating cast of fine players.
April 11, Friday - Woodshed ProphetsThe Woodshed Prophets, comprised of guitarists Rob Stachyra and Dan Hardy, bassist Ed Gliha, and drummer Sean Kanazawich, originally grew from blend of music scene veterans Fetish Lane and Dirt Farm. A local favorite in New York's southern tier, the band is pleased to be releasing their debut album in the spring of 2011. Fans and new listeners alike are sure to enjoy a variety of styles in the Prophets' music, which ranges from country and folk to rock n' roll
April 12, Saturday - Alex SmithTraditional folk influenced singer-songwriter.
April 14, Monday - Monday Night Team TriviaThe action starts at 8:30 every Monday. To play you need a team of at least one person including yourself. Think of a team name and join the fun.
April 15, Tuesday - KaraokeYou can take the stage and perform from a selection of 16,000 songs over the Cafe's concert sound system. You know you want to! Starts 8:30.
April 16, Wednesday - Dirty Moon FrankDirty Moon Frank is a Funk, Rock, and Groove band from Binghamton, NY. Shane Bertrand on lead vocal and bass (and guitar) - Dan Lee on drums - Paul Glanzman on keyboard
April 17, Thursday - InnerMissionDead, Dylan and beyond with a rotating cast of fine players.
April 18, Friday - Black Mountain SymphonyA Guide to Black Mountain Symphony... "I'll have you know it feels so good!" Official Bio: Black Mountain Symphony showcases an eclectic range of influences, blended together to create their own special sound. From baroque classical violin and haunting folk-tinged ballads to punk-rock drums and hard-hitting dance numbers, the five-piece band sprinkles their live sets with hints of everything from classical music to bits of Motown, blues and jazz. Whether touring nationally or performing at their favorite local digs, this up-and-coming group of young musicians features a roundtable of powerful lead vocals and harmonies that dance with captivating violin lines and soar over stunning soundscapes, shaped by years of classical training infused with an irresistible love for musical roots and a fresh, ultramodern mentality. Evocative of such artists as Fleetwood Mac, The Corrs, Yes, Belle & Sebastian, Damien Rice, Guster and The Dave Matthews Band, the group implements the same skill and vision on cover tunes as they do in their own carefully crafted compositions, and in the process manage to capture something unique and refreshing... This is Black Mountain Symphony.
April 19, Saturday - RaibredInfluences: The Grateful Dead, Furthur, Rush, Yes, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Bela Fleck and The Flecktones, The Doors, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, etc.
April 21, Monday - Monday Night Team TriviaThe action starts at 8:30 every Monday. To play you need a team of at least one person including yourself. Think of a team name and join the fun.
April 22, Tuesday - KaraokeYou can take the stage and perform from a selection of 16,000 songs over the Cafe's concert sound system. You know you want to! Starts 8:30.
April 23, Wednesday - Jamie WillardJamie Willard has been performing for more than thirty years and his music has in that time evolved into a rendition of beauty and a distillation of grace. His compositions are variously described as "[i]ntricately detailed, a pleasure not only to listen to but to see". At a recent workshop, Jamie had an opportunity to play for and with finger-style guitar virtuoso Tommy Emmanuel, upon hearing Jamie play he said, "That's brilliant," and praised Jamie as a gifted guitarist with a wonderful sense of melody. Jamie's artistry ranges from Classical to Jazz to Country and Rock; each with its own passion and raw sophistication along with Jamie's own style and wit. Jamie had the good fortune of tremendous teachers throughout his career. A graduate of the Flip Hayes School of Guitar, Jamie also was fortunate enough to study with classical master Paul Sweeny. Jamie's playing has taken him across the continental United States and into Europe where he performed for receptive audiences in Russia.
April 24, Thursday - InnerMissionDead, Dylan and beyond with a rotating cast of fine players.
April 25, Friday - MilkWeedDriftwood's Claire and Lutheran Skirt's Jackie are now joined by Beth Greenberg and Joe Alston for some great acoustic music.
April 26, Saturday - Racheal SageSinger, songwriter and producer Rachael Sage has penned quirky, melodic pop songs since she was old enough to reach the piano keys. Over the course of her career she has steadily built a loyal grassroots fan base with a rigorous international tour schedule that has seen her sharing stages with such seminal artists as Eric Burdon, John Lee Hooker, Judy Collins and Colin Hay, and prompted Performing Songwriter Magazine to name her "One of the Top 100 Independent Artists Of The Past 15 Years". Leaving aside set lists in favor of a more spontaneous approach, every show she performs combines top-notch musicianship with hilarious between-song banter, what The New York Times recently dubbed Sage's "inner Fanny Brice".
April 28, Monday - Monday Night Team TriviaThe action starts at 8:30 every Monday. To play you need a team of at least one person including yourself. Think of a team name and join the fun.
April 30, Wednesday - Chris Padgett (of The Stereofidelics)Chris Padgett who is half the band Stereofidelics makes a solo appearance at the cafe. He is still a whole band unto himself.