Oddfella’s is another local gem that serves food made completely from scratch, with many of its ingredients coming from local farmers. Their motto is “fresh, local, and seasonal products prepared simply and artfully”—supporting the sustainable community! Their website says that their fryer oil is turned into fuel for a VW Jetta and food scraps are composted for their organic garden.
*Goat Cheese Tostada—spring grilled vegetables over homemade olive bread, goat cheese spread
*Pomegranate Jumbo Scallops—pan seared sea scallops in a pomegranate reduction
*Vegetable Antipasto—grilled eggplant, roasted peppers, kalamata olives, marinated mushrooms, cherry tomato salad, asiago cheese
*Chimichanga—a jumbo fried burrito stuffed with black beans, rice, sour cream, cheese, guacamole, pico de gallo and your choice of all-natural chicken, local beef, or organic tofu, topped with a chili sauce and served with tortilla chips
*Grilled Pork Chop—handcut 8 oz pork loin, mixed mushroom marsala wine sauce, served with roasted potatoes and fresh seasonal vegetables
*Pomegranate Duck—pan seared duck breast, artichoke hearts, sautéed spinach and carrots, topped with a pomegranate reduction
*Clam and Scallop Risotto—creamy arborio rice with baby scallops and clams, topped with freshly shredded parmesan cheese
*Ribeye Steak—handcut 12 oz ribeye, grilled to perfection, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, grilled fresh vegetables, creamy horseradish
*Crawfish Etoufee—creole classic with crawfish tails and creamy stone ground grits
*Coconut Clams and Mussels--simmered in a Caribbean style coconut broth served over rice
*Walnut Encrusted Tilapia--pan seared tilapia topped with crab butter over roasted red peppers, grilled eggplant and spinach
*Slow Roasted Pulled Pork Enchilada--topped with fresh monterey jack and roasted red pepper enchilada sauce, served with our seasoned beans and rice
I hear that they have live music on Friday nights. Let me know if you’re interested in carpooling.