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The Spanish-style seafood paella ($22) is a rice dish packed with clams, mussels, calamari, shrimp, tilapia, Spanish sausage, peas, olives and scallions. Photos by Sarah Verschoor/22nd Century Media
New Orleans Bordelaise seafood pasta ($28) is one of the restaurant’s secret menu items with linguine, roasted red peppers, asparagus tips, broccolini and spinach, topped with large seared scallops and covered with a Bordelaise sauce.
Charbroiled oysters ($14.50 for six) are one of the restaurant’s signature appetizers, prepared with butter and cheese, topped with cilantro and served with a housemade salsa.
The lobster roll ($19) is served with chunks of chopped lobster, mixed with mayonnaise, lemon juice and parsley, served with lettuce on a homemade roll, served with a choice of hushpuppies, broccoli slaw, kettle chips or Cajun fries.
Hushpuppies, fried cornmeal balls, served with a homemade remoulade sauce, are one of the side choices for the house specialties.
Lobster tacos (22) are flour tortillas filled with lobster, Chihuahua cheese, spinach and a homemade garlic sauced, served with jicama slaw and a spicy roasted tomato sauce.
The homemade bread pudding ($5.50) is one of the restaurant’s signature desserts, made from white bread and served with vanilla ice cream and caramel.
Alyssa Groh, Contributing Editor
4:59 pm CDT June 6, 2017
After deciding to open their seventh North Shore restaurant, husband and wife Shana and Steve Geffen knew it was time to come home to Northbrook.