New Fall Menus, Wines, & Butternut Squash Bisque
September 18, 2014
- Butternut Squash Bisque is back!
- Harrison's Fall/Winter Menu begins 9/19
- New Wines by the Glass
Butternut Squash Bisque is Back
Harrison's customer favorite is back for the cold fall and winter months! The sweet and savory balance of our Butternut Squash Bisque is currently available daily on our Fresh Bar, and by the cup or bowl any time of day in the dining room or for carry-out. If you need larger quantities, we advise you call ahead to check on availability.
Want to make it yourself? We don't keep this recipe secret--it's for everyone to enjoy! See the full recipe here.
Harrison's Fall/Winter Menu Begins Friday at 5pm
Each fall and spring we update our menus, bringing back seasonal favorites like Autumn Beet Salad and Beef Empanadas and introducing new dishes. This year's new items include Halibut Oscar; Bacon, Apple, Amish Cheese Panini; Lemon-Prosecco Risotto Balls; Spinach & Apple Salad with honey-curry-yogurt dressing; Butternut Squash Ravioli, Cider-Glazed, Stuffed Pork Tenderloin; Edamame Succotash, and more. See menus below and plan a visit soon!
New Wines by the Glass
Our wine list is currently under construction, and the first changes will be to our Wines by the Glass, beginning this weekend. We'll be keeping some of the favorites, but will also be mixing it up with these new and delicious wines:
Mark West Chardonnay
Sonoma County, California, 2012 6.50 / 29.
Citrus and green apple aromas with lush peach, melon, green apple, and mineral flavors, followed by a creamy, toasty-oak finish.
Happy Valley Vineyard Royal White
State College, PA, 2010 6.75 / 30.
A complex blend including Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Freshness on the palate and attractive fruit-forward aroma. Excellent acidity balanced by fruit & body.
Hahn Pinot Noir
California, 2012 8. / 37.
Aromas of dried plums, black currants, and cola. Black cherry flavors, silky mouthfeel, fresh acidity, and well integrated oak flavors of vanilla and spice.
Mendoza, Argentina, 2008 8.25 / 38.
Velvety and subtle flavors of red fruits and blackberry marmalade intensified with a mocha nuance. The rounded mouthfeel and fruit-forward finish is elegant and finessed.
Alexandre Relvas Merino Red Blend
Alentejano, Portugal, 2011 6. / 28.
Fuller-bodied, dry. Red berry fruit on the nose with notes of vanilla and oak. Concentrated ripe berries on the palate before finishing with soft tannins and bright acids.
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