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DISCREET PALATE SiG MT 120 e restaurant's upscale, casual atmosphere and wildly extensive menu makes it a perfect choice for any occasion. "I love wonderous variety," Rusty says. "Most of our ingredients are multi-use, meaning that they are [easily integrated into] a variety of dishes." He wanted to find a way to cater to anyone who came through the door, and the menu he created has done just that. "I designed the menu to cover everything from a burger or pizza to a hand-cut steakā€¦giving them a choice for any occasion," Rusty says. Perhaps most impressive is the fact that Rusty and his culinary team are experts in perfecting every dish that comes out of their kitchen, even without specializing in one particular niche. Visitors can enjoy appetizers ranging from hand-cut fried calamari or succulent sauteed mushrooms to mesquite chicken eggrolls or a sky-high pile of nachos. e Legal Tender offers a variety of flavorful salads, plus an apple vinaigree that alone is worth coming back for. Burgers, sandwiches, and seven different pizzas are available all day long, with a plethora of steak and seafood options added to the lineup aer 4 p.m. e evening fare also includes a mouthwatering lobster mac and cheese, two varieties of gnocchi, ai Carmel Chicken, and shrimp farfalle, just to get you started. "Probably our prime rib is the top menu item," says Sarah Trainer, the restaurant manager. "It is such a great dish and it comes with all sorts of sides and soup and salad. We usually sell out on Friday and Saturday nights prey early." e restaurant also offers a number of kid-approved selections. While waiting for your meal, take a crack at the pool table while sipping on one of the bistro's signature drinks, like the blue-hued Clancy Water or a hard root beer float. Prime rib never lasts long at The Legal Tender! The perfect family-friendly spot for upscale casual dining. Rusty's culinary expertise is heating up the Clancy dining scene!

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