As we mentioned in our First Look at Enzo’s, the “and Restaurant” was added to the name after Enzo’s Hideaway Tunnel Bar was originally announced. That’s when we realized the space would be serving full meals in addition to Prohibition era-style cocktails and offerings from the largest selection of “antique” and specialty rums on property.
Once fully up and running, the location will begin serving lunch at 11:30 am daily. And today we’re taking a look at the full Lunch menu, starting with the appetizers, soups, and salads.
Sandwiches like the Porchetta and Provola will be served for lunch, as will Pasta dishes.
Unique to lunch will be the option for Combos.
Imported meats and cheeses comprise the Salumi e Formaggi options for $15 per guest (for two or more), while the Antipasto Misto will cost $12 per guest.
Featured Drinks outside of bar options during both lunch and dinner are a Housemade Lemonade, Iced Tea, and Sangria.
For Dinner, Nonna’s Paccheri is the first entree to appear after the appetizers, soups, and salads.
Further entrees in addition to the Pastas include Saltimbocca (Veal Scaloppine) and Bistecca Pizzaiola, a tomato-topped Grilled Sirloin Steak .
The Dolce Vita options change in price for dinner, with the Salumi e Formaggi at $17 per guest, and the Antipasto Misto coming to $14 per guest.
For Desserts, Gelato and Sorbet can be ordered by the scoop or as part of Coppe Gelati Sundaes.
Or you can end your meal with an espresso beverage, which you could pair with a traditional Italian dessert like Cannoli or Tiramisu.
Of course, the thing we’re most excited to peruse is the Bar menu for this modern-day speakeasy. We are also quite interested in seeing the menu for Enzo’s Sunday Supper once its released. But that should all be revealed very soon. The opening of Enzo’s is imminent, and we can’t wait to experience the Hideaway!
What do you think of the Enzo’s Hideaway menu so far? Please let us know with a comment!