Tuesday, March 14, 2006

And now a word from our sponsor

Don't worry, I am starting a restaurant blog soon, so there will be no regular commercial programming, but until then I need to spread the word. Despite the commercial nature, the text might really be of some interest.
The Royale Food and Spirits
3132 South Kingshighway at Arsenal
South Saint Louis
772-3600

I The Royale is proud to announce its first annual Saint Patrick's Day breakfast and post Saint Pat's hair of the dog brunch and the Detroit Steel Shuttle

II
Royale Washer Leagues

I The Royale is proud to announce its first annual Saint Patrick's Day breakfast and post Saint Pat's hair of the dog brunch and the Detroit Steel Shuttle

We are hosting a traditional Irish Breakfast starting at 8am and go all day for the narrow back workingmen and workingwomen who are required to show up to the job regardless of the blessed status of this day. The hearty breakfast will be offered on Saint Patrick's Day at 8am through the day and the day after Saint Patrick's day for our Hair of the Dog Brunch at 11:30am through Saturday day. We will be providing a Lenten meat free option for those who do not recognize the Archbishop's powers to grant a special dispensation to exempt the Catholics of Saint Louis from the laws of Lent.

There will also be the music of Eileen Gannon and friends who will be performing a group session from 12:30-3pm.

There will be readings of Irish literature throughout the day. We still have extra slots open for the Irish literature readings. Meal and drink are included for recitations, so please contact us now to schedule a public reading. And please remember, one free drink per visit to all Jesuits with proper ID at all times of the year round.

Please keep in mind that the Royale will be offering personal rides to the parade in Dogtown. Rides in the Lincoln or Caprice will be from 11-11:45 so space and time is limited. Rides to Dogtown are free. The return party shuttle will charge a fee of $1.65 and pick up every thirty minutes on Manchester at Hampton. A transfer party shuttle will be necessary at Kingshighway and Manchester for an additional 35 cents and be available for pickup every twenty minutes and will drop you off at Arsenal and Kingshighway. The return shuttles have bike racks in the front. Don't forget, the personal shuttle to Dogtown in the morning will be a luxury choice between the beautiful Lincoln Mark V or the sleek Chevrolet Caprice Classic and space is limited. And remember during rush hour, the Kingshighway return party shuttle will likely require you to stand and hold on tight.

So in the wee spry hours of morn of Saint Patrick's Day the Royale will be serving up the finest daylong repast consisting of the following cuisine:

The J.J.:
Portrait of a Scone
A traditional scone served with a Bailey's Irish Cream butter

Ulysses
Scrambled eggs, black & white blood bangers, grilled tomato and garlic with a choice of sides:
Corned beef, cabbage, potato hash
Cod cakes
Cabbage and potato hash

Drown your Sorrows Finish
An Irish stout oatmeal cookie

The Yeats:
A Drinking Song
A stout soup with potatoes, cabbage, carrots, celery, and onions

Everlasting Course
Your choice of a main dish:
Grilled cod drizzled in an Irish whiskey reduction
Two potato skins stuffed with corned beef and cabbage
Rotini of grilled vegetables stuffed with cabbage, onions and goat cheese

All main dishes will be served with mashed potatoes and Irish soda bread

Final Verse
An Irish stout oatmeal cookie

All meals are 15 dollars and include a choice of Guinness Stout, Murphy's Stout and Wexford Irish Cream Ale.

Lunch items also available for general lunch

II Washer Leagues

The Royale is ready to announce the spring and summer Royale Washer Leagues. Teams are forming now to compete on the southside's finest washer field.

This spring the Royale Courtyard will include outdoor grilling every evening of the finest meats and non meat treats in town, full bar service, drink and food specials and early evening spins in the beautiful outdoor confines.

Please contact Tim for more information on the league at 565-3066 or at fathead6210@hotmail.com

3 Comments:

Anonymous peter said...

whoopeee!!! Time to celebrate the death of the pagans!!!


what a sick holiday.

8:34 PM  
Blogger Beth said...

Love the Royale. Great food, neat atmosphere.

1:01 PM  
Blogger Beth said...

Love the Royale. Great food, neat atmosphere.

1:01 PM  

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