dinner and a movie woods Hole

Quicks Hole Tavern is pleased to continue the wonderful Woods Hole tradition of “Dinner and a Movie” with their new partnership with Woods Hole Film Festival.

Come for dinner at Quicks Hole Tavern then walk to Redfield Hall for the movie (just a block down Luscombe Ave).  Reservations are required and made via the Woods Hole Film Festival or by emailing info@woodsholefilmfestival.com.

Dinner and a Movie Woods Hole costs $27 per person, prix fixe menu below not including drinks, dessert, tax or tip.  Please come at 5.30 pm  for seating in the first floor bar area where we will serve the special menu listed below.  The film unspools at 7:30.  More info at Woods Hole Film Festival website.

Tavern House Salad
Spinach, roasted sweet potato, almonds
& maple sherry dressing
choose flat iron steak or Jonah crab cakes

Caesar Salad
Romaine, shaved Parmesan & house dressing
choose flat iron steak or Jonah crab cakes

Angus Burger
Grafton cheddar, onions and peppered bacon
choose salad or fries

Shrimp Carbonara
Pancetta, roasted butternut squash & fried sage

Pork Cheeks
Poached leeks and radish with potato puree

Red Curry Butternut *
tofu, broccolini, peppers, almonds & Jasmine rice

Grilled Salmon *
roasted delicata squash, with Caesar or House salad

Veggie Burger
with avocado, remoulade & Havarti
choose fries or salad

Calendar for Dinner and A Movie 2014-2015:

Sat Dec. 20thGetting to the Nutcracker (feature doc by Serene Meshel-Dillman chronicles the creation of a production of the holiday ballet perennial, with young dancers from 3 to 18)

Sat Jan. 3The Winding Stream (feature doc by Beth Harrington about the American roots music dynasty Carter family)

Sat Jan. 17Little White Lie (feature doc by Lacey Schwartz, autobiographical exploration of the secret heritage of the narrator)

Sat Feb. 28The Longest Game (feature doc by Camille Thoman about a group of 80 year olds who have been playing paddle tennis together forever)

Sat March 14The God Question (feature narrative by Doug Gordan examines a group of MIT professors who might have stumbled on proof of the existence of God)

Sat March 28Wicker Kittens (feature doc by Amy Elliot examines the world of competitive jig saw puzzling)

Sat April 11Life Inside Out (feature narrative by Jill D’Angelica , a quirky drama about a Mom who discovers open mic nights and You Tube)

Sat April 25Brave New Wild (feature doc by Oakley Anderson-Moore about the passion for rock climbing)

Sat May 9By and By: New Orleans Gospel at a Crossroads (feature doc by Matthew T Bowden and Joe Compton examines one family Gospel singing group in post hurricane Katrina New Orleans)

Join us for Dinner and Movie Woods Hole for a delightful evening of fine dining and great cinema!

 

 

 

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