Holiday Dining

New Year’s Eve 2017 Menu

Champagne Cocktail 7

Seared Crab Cakes  26
two cakes of jumbo lump Virginia crab meat with béarnaise sauce and pickled onions, served with two sides

Herb & Blue Cheese Crusted Sirloin  23
Black Angus beef, served with two sides

Decadent Chocolate Cake  6
spiked with almonds, cinnamon and fudge

New Year’s Day 2018 Menu

In the South, we believe there are two things that matter more than any other on New Year’s Day — what you eat and who you eat with.  Hoppin’ John, Collard Greens and Cornbread have long been essential components of the New Year’s Day meal because of their promise of health, wealth and luck in the new year.  Stories vary from hill to dale, from the cornbread signifying old, to the greens representing paper money, but they all revolve around cowpeas or black-eyed peas (often seen as coins).  Most say that General Sherman considered them cow fodder and left them in the field as his ravenous troops marched through.  The nutritious legume saved the day and was ever afterwards seen as a symbol of hope and better fortune for the Southerners, who continue to eat them each year.  And what would tradition be without a gathering of friends and family.
Lucky 32 wishes you a Happy New Year!

Country Ham Steak  14
with redeye gravy, collard greens, Hoppin’ John, whipped sweet potatoes and cornbread

Boneless Pork Loin Chops  15
with cranberry chutney, collard greens, Hoppin’ John, whipped sweet potatoes and cornbread

Decadent Chocolate Cake  6
spiked with almonds, cinnamon and fudge

Please let us know about your allergies. Some recipes may contain nuts or other allergens.