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What to Eat and Drink at Simon Sips

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    What to Eat and Drink at Simon Sips


    As the Tasting Room Cafe;.

    It looks like Simon Sips Cafe is up and running, per a spot inspection. You'll remember this is a midtown transplant, with owner Simon Mammon operating the La Marzocco espresso machine and chef Ronna Welsh designing the Greenmarket menu, which follows. Funny how she describes the olives as having the "slightest bit of anchovy."

    Come on now, chef -- be loud and proud about that undersung fish!

    Menu
    Olives (w/ orange, chili, fennel and slightest bit of anchovy) - $4
    Crostini (apple & Gruyère with raisin vinaigrette or braised fennel with pecorino romano) - $6
    Beets with lime & hazelnuts (roasted, dressed with lime and hazelnut oil, garnished with hazelnuts and accented with arugula) - $6.50
    Deviled Eggs (the standard) - $6
    Bar Sandwich (chorizo, peppers, and romano cheese) - $7.50
    Kabocha Squash Soup (vegetarian) - $6
    Coarse Grain Polenta (Portobello mushrooms, herb butter, pecorino cheese) - $7
    Viognier Poached Pear (w/ mascarpone) - $6
    Jasmine Lemon Cake (with raisin compote and ricotta) - $6
    Apple Semolina Bread Pudding - $5

    Beer
    Chimary White (Cinq Cents) - $8
    Sixpoint Sweet Action - $6
    Ommegang White Wheat Ale - $6
    Blue Point Toasted Lager - $6

    Wines
    Red
    Fontal Crianza, Tempranillo 2004 - $10
    Marques de Montemor 2006 - $8
    Fontal Crianza, Tempranillo 2004 - $6
    Stolpman Vineyards, Estate Syrah 2004 - $6

    White
    Domaine des Caves, Quincy 2004 - $10
    Famille Bauer, Grun 2007 - $8
    Verget, Macon-Villages 2007 - $12

    Sparkling
    Paul Louis, Pol Blanc de Blanc, Cardonnay - $9

    Coffee
    Coffee (French press) - $3.50
    Pot of tea - $4
    Espresso - $2.75
    Macchiato - $3.25
    Cortado - $3.50
    Cappuccino - $3.75
    Latte - $4.25
    Americano - $2.75
    Mocha $4.75
    Hot chocolate - $3

    Earlier:Simon Sips Aims to Be a Worthy Successor to Tasting Room Café

    Previously on NYmag.com's Grub Street...