Stephen's Restaurant

Stephen's  Restaurant
STEPHEN’S RESTAURANT

Monday, November 29, 2010

Happy Holidays! Let us help you with your hosting...

Happy Holidays!

I'm writing to let you know that I am here to help you with your family dinners, holiday parties, office celebrations, or other holiday preparations. 

Or we can host an event for you here at the restaurant.

I'm happy to assist you with planning and executing a menu - just let me know what you'd like, and I'll have it ready for you to pick up on the day of your event.

Here are some of our specialties, and I'm happy to discuss any other dishes that you might have in mind.

APPETIZERS
Mini Maryland Style Lump Crabcakes
Steamed Local Shrimp w/Cocktail Sauce
Acapulco Style Shrimp or Fish Ceviche
Blue Crab Wild Rice Casserole
Cream Cheese and Pepper Jelly
Minorcan Clam Chowder
Creamy Local Fish Chowder

MAIN DISHES
Southern Fried Chicken
Full Sized Maryland Style Lump crabcakes
Pulled pork w/Datil BBQ and Potato Rolls
Minorcan Shrimp and Gravy w/Cheese Grits
Shrimp and Sausage Pilau

SIDES
Collard Greens
Black-eyed Peas
Pole Beans
Datil Bacon Baked Beans
Macaroni and Cheese
Hastings Cabbage Cole Slaw
New Potato Salad
Pickled Fresh Beets
Creamy Cheese Grits
Sliced Tomatoes (seasonal)
Cucumber salad

DESSERTS
Homemade Warm Bread Puddings
(Dark Chocolate, Raisins & Spice, Blueberry Lemon)
Traditional Flans with Caramel Sauce
(Sour Orange, Vanilla, or Lemon)
Buttermilk Pies
(Sour Orange, Key Lime or Kahlua and Bailey's)

Call 904-471-7000 for details and to place an order ...
In the meantime, we'll see you as usual at breakfast or lunch.

We wish you a wonderful and safe holiday season!

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Where to find us

Where to find us
We are at 6101 A1A South in St. Augustine, Florida, Crescent Beach - in the Treasure Beach Plaza, 0.8 miles north of the 206 bridge. You can reach us by phone at: 904.471.7000

Stephen's Fine Foods Featured in St. Augustine Record & Eat-American.com

"His fried fish is by far the freshest and best I have tasted in the area, sourced each early morning from local purveyors. His blackboard spills with dishes that make you feel like your grandmother was taking care of you—slow simmered greens, an excellent potato salad, crispy fried chicken, porky black-eyed peas, cole slaw, mac and cheese, a very solid Minorcan chowder. All the classics are there, plus a few pleasant surprises—hoecakes, chicken gumbo, shrimp and grits, homemade preserves and sauces. Even his breakfast menu wakes you up grinning: fish and grits, biscuits and gravy, fresh sausage made, like almost everything else, in house daily. Admit it—you’re hungry now, aren’t you?..."

Richard Villadoniga for St. Augustine Record, April 2010