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The Catacombs Restaurant is several stories below the surface of the street in the aging cellars of Bube’s Brewery.

A costumed guide will greet you and lead you on a tour of the brewery on your way to dinner. You will descend 43 feet into the stone-lined vaults of the Catacombs. There you will find a unique fine dining experience, with a menu that includes a variety of traditional and gourmet dishes.

Dinner is served seven nights a week in the Catacombs beginning at 5:30 p.m. on weekdays and 5:00 p.m. on weekends. On most Sunday evenings, a feast is held in the Catacombs. Entree prices range from $22 to $45.  We have a complete wine and beer list, and drinks are available in the Bottling Works if you would like a drink before you dine in the Catacombs..

 CATACOMBS MENU

Appetizers
Sausage en Croute –sausage, bacon and onion mixed with herbs in a puff pastry and topped with a Dijon cream sauce – $9

Bube’s House Dip & Hammond’s Pretzels, First one free,
each additional one – $4

Warm Crab Dip–served with sliced baguettes – $12

Sautéed Clams –Sautéed in garlic, butter and white wine with fresh tomatoes and basil served with sliced baguettes – $12

Mushroom Tart – Sautéed mushrooms in a sherry cream sauce topped with Parmesan Cheese served in a puff pastry shell – $8

SOUPS

Classic French Onion – $7      Baked Tomato – $7.50         Soup du Jour – $6

Catacombs Grazer’s Dinner – Choose any one or more of the above appetizers or soups at its price and it will be served with a salad, bread, grilled vegetables and our  chive-butter potatoes for an additional eleven dollars. If you are not interested in ordering a dinner, may we kindly recommend the Bottling Works Restaurant upstairs for a more casual dining experience.

ENTREES

All entrees are served with grilled vegetables and our house salad (mixed greens) with house dressing (sweet and sour vinaigrette).  
Add crumbled bleu cheese to your salad for $3

Pasta a la Alois – Sautéed Kalamata olives, tomatoes, garlic, capers and parsley in olive oil over linguine and tossed with feta cheese – $22

Pasta Sherry Cream– Sautéed garlic, tomatoes and mushrooms tossed in a sherry cream sauce served on linguine – $23
with Chicken – $26
with Shrimp – $29

Veal Pauline-onions, tomatoes and mushrooms in a Burgandy wine sauce tossed with linguini   Cooked medium – $32

Braised Short Rib-6 ounce boneless beer short rib braised in a veal demi glace topped with mushrooms  Served with chive-butter potatoes $29

Beer Braised Pork Shank-topped with Bube’s Beer and mushroom sauce
Served with and chive-butter potatoes – $32

Chicken Costello-a sautéed chicken breast topped with crabmeat and mornay sauce, garnished with bacon pieces and served on a bed of rice – $30

Chicken Coopersmith-a sautéed chicken breast with garlic, mushrooms, onions and thyme finished in a creamy marsala sauce served over chive-butter potatoes – $29

Seafood Mornay-lump crabmeat, scallops and shrimp in a rich Parmesan and Swiss cheese sauce served in a pastry shell on a bed of rice – $34

Shrimp and Crab Scampi-Shrimp and crab sautéed in garlic  butter sauce and tossed  linguine and fresh herbs – $33

Spiced Scallops-sautéed with ginger, almonds and creamy Dijon sauce served on a fresh tomato over rice – $33

Grilled Duck Breast with Raspberry Citrus Sauce-served on a bed of rice $31

Red Snapper Fillet – topped with tequila citrus glaze
served with rice  $28

The Trencherman’s Plate – a 6 ounce Certified Angus Filet Mignon and a Broiled Crab Cake served with rice. The filet may be replaced by a second crab cake. Lobster cream sauce is available for an additional four dollars – $36

New York Strip Steak – $31

Stuffed New York Strip Steak – $34
Ask your server for the stuffing du jour

The Porterhouse-12 ounce steak  – $32

STEAKS-can be cooked au poivre (pan broiled with a cracked peppercorn, mustard brandy sauce) or with sautéed mushrooms and onions either for an additional four dollars

Ask your server for the daily selection of our specialty desserts – $7

One check per table please.

***Consuming raw and undercooked meat may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions.***

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