Roost 5th Anniversary Menu Benefiting Bear

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Join us at Roost for a menu of all-time favorite dishes in honor of our 5th Anniversary. We're offering a special three-course menu for $50, and this week, $10 from each sold will benefit BEAR. Help us celebrate by giving back to our community this holiday season!

The Menu
First Course, choice of:
Bibb lettuce salad with redneck caviar, green goddess dressing, cornbread croutons
Escargot in garlic herb butter, toasted shallots, lemon, puff pastry shell
Sichuan tofu lettuce wraps, spicy black bean sauce, lime, sweet pickled radish

Second Course, choice of:
Seared diver scallops, curried lentils, roasted grape raita, baby greens
Cast-iron Gulf fish, creamed cabbage & leeks, cornmeal fried oysters, crisp herbs
Angus ribeye steak, winter vegetable gratin, crispy prosciutto, port wine demi (+ $5)
Crab cake nicoise, French bean salad, potatoes and chickpea, vinaigrette (+ $5)
Chicken n’ dumplings- airline breast, French gnocchi, traditional veg, herb gravy
Sweet potato and quinoa stuffed poblano, mole braised greens, creme fresco, pepitas

Third Course, choice of:
Coffee n’ donut holes, crushed pistachios, salted caramel, coffee ice cream
Spiced apple empanadas, lavender icing, apple cider sorbet, pecans
Banana split - kirsch cherry ice cream, Nutella ice cream, blueberry jam, corn flakes

About BEAR (Be A Resource for CPS Kids)
Each year approximately 17,000 children are involved with Child Protective Services (CPS) in Harris County. Unfortunately, more than 1,000 of these children are removed from their homes under emergency conditions. Some of the children removed from their homes are shoeless – sometimes even clothes-less, wearing only soiled diapers. When these kids are placed in temporary care, the small stipend the County is able to provide may not cover all of the child’s expenses. Some expenses such as hygiene items, school supplies, “extras” like holiday gifts and funds to set up a kid graduating from high school are a real stretch for some families.BEAR's programs serve children in the care of CPS throughout Harris County by providing emergency supplies: diapers, clothes, shoes, car seats and cribs, formula, school uniforms/supplies, and more. BEAR even provides items needed for youth who are graduating from high school and transitioning out of CPS care. Learn more: bearesourcehouston.org.
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