Great season for lunch on the patio at Dubrovnik, New Rochelle...

Now that the weather has turned beautiful we decided to try the prix fixe lunch menu now offered at Dubrovnik, the Croatian restaurant on Main Street, New Rochelle. Their lovely outdoor patio and organic garden were in full bloom. The 3-course lunch special is offered Monday thru Friday. We enjoyed Monkfish Carpaccio, Mussels Buzara, Lopud Style Chicken sautéed in roasted garlic and with mashed potatoes, field mushrooms and truffle oil, and the Grilled Pork Chop served with fries. For dessert we shared their Croatian style crepes called Palacinke. The 3-course lunch special is $19.95 per person…a good deal.

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The outdoor patio area has been enclosed for the season so you can still enjoy cocktails or a meal out there. Meanwhile, a new flyer talks about their upcoming: ‘Blessing of a New Wine’, a special evening devoted to the harvest season that will include buffet dinner, new wine tastings, and live entertainment. Cost is: $50. per person. It takes place on Thursday, Nov. 17th…
I attended their recent Croatian Heritage Night and it was great fun and delicious!

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We stopped in last night during their happy hours and scored a table out on the deck. Always enjoy their complimentary starter of Chickpea Spread with some good crusty bread. We shared the Dalmation Platter, smoked meats served with assorted cheeses, olives and Croatian pickles. Quite tasty. And followed with their fantastic None’s-style Octopus Salad, steamed octopus with capers, red onion, potatoes, Croatian Evoo and wine vinegar. What a treat! Washed it all down with Murphy blend red wine from California…

Made a dessert stop at Dubrovnik last night and once again sat out on their semi-enclosed patio. So lovely! The organic vegetable garden below was exploding in bloom almost ready for harvesting. We shared Chef Selendic’s house made Apple Strudel with a dollop of vanilla ice cream, and a dish of their fruity sorbets. Loaded with flavor. The warmed Strudel was outstanding. They paired a fine glass of Croatian wine for our indulgence.

“Food is a pretty good prism through which to view humanity.”

― Jonathan Gold