Hours

OPEN Daily

7:30am - 2pm

Phone

(386) 439-9274

Hi-Tulip Cafe Nov 13th Dinner Special

Dear Friends and Family of Hi Tulip Café, 
Give thanks, not just on Thanksgiving 
All of us at Hi Tulip Café are extremely thankful and so blessed to still be an up and running small business in this trying year of 2020.   This is largely due to the hard work and dedication of Kevin and Christine who have worked endlessly to keep Hi Tulip Café running smoothly.  And of course, our invaluable and loyal staff that come to work, fill in whenever they are needed, and always go that extra mile.    And most of all, with much gratitude, it is because of the love and support of each and every one of our loyal customers. YOU!    Did I mention how blessed we are?  
Let me tell you….. 
  
My thankfulness starts out GRAND….with personal faith and the multitude of blessings that continually surrounds me. I recognize the short time we have here on earth with a thankful heart and gratitude.   According to William Arthur Ward, (inspirational writer) “Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings”.  It is not what we say about our blessings, but how we use them. 
  
Next, I am thankful for living in these United States and have much respect to those that blazed paths before us, from our Veterans, Scientists, Explorers, Heroes, the Famous, Inventors, etc., But also for the everyday people, mothers and fathers, blue collar workers, first responders, caregivers, you know, PEOPLE LIKE US that toil in their own community, endeavor in their own homes and lives to be decent, nurturing and loving, and try to remain healthy and safe.  I am grateful for the knowledge that in this country people have the ability to make choices and follow their own beliefs. Even though opinions may be diverse I am thankful for opinions. So, no matter the outcome in a few days, “things turn out best for people who make the best of the way things turn out”.  
 
GOD BLESS AMERICA.  LAND THAT I LOVE.  STAND BESIDE HER. AND GUIDE HER. THROUGH THE NIGHT WITH THE LIGHT FROM ABOVE. FROM THE MOUNTAINS. TO THE PRARIES. TO THE OCEANS. WHITE WITH FOAM. GOD BLESS AMERICA.  MY HOME SWEET HOME! (hope this gets you humming) 
 
And most sincerely, I am thankful for my friends and family. My heart is overflowing and conscious of these treasures.  It is that time of year to give thanks. But Thanksgiving is the holiday that encompasses all others. It is a way we can live our lives every day.  With all my thankfulness and gratitude, I feel such a warmth and a longing to spend time with family. Therefore, because we are a family business, Hi Tulip Café will be closed on Wed, Nov 26 and Thursday Nov 27 (Thanksgiving Holiday) so we can spend some much-needed time together. Not working. Relaxing. And an opportunity for our hard-working staff to do the same.  
 
And finally. The comfort that comes with recognizing our blessings. Who else could use a little comfort? What brings you comfort? Try and think of something. I’ll wait. ……. 
Good! No matter what your answer is, you deserve a little something, as it has been a tough year! Treat yourself.   
I am positive you would all enjoy any little comfort, a small cheer, and a merry feast...Which brings me to this month’s dinner to be held on  
Friday, lucky November 13.   
Seatings will be at 5:00 or 6:30. We are inviting you to come break bread with us. Invite a friend or two and call it an evening of “mini- Friendsgiving”. Make it take-out and enjoy in the comfort of your home. The menu is a delicious, much needed, array of comfort food choices.  
 
See for yourself and let us know before Nov. 10 as Chef Kevin will need to prepare just for you. Respond by calling Hi Tulip Café at 386-439-9274, or let us know when you come in for breakfast or lunch within the next 8 days, what your choices will be.  The price will be $35.00 per person, which includes 4 courses: a soup or salad, an appetizer, an entrée choice and a choice of dessert.  One beverage will also be included in the seated reservations.  Also, this is a reminder that you may bring your own comfort wine for a $10 corkage fee, and we will also have beer and wine available.   
 
Let us hear from you soon. We thank you. We appreciate you. We are grateful for you. We love you. And “we thank thee for our many, many, many wonderful blessings.” 
We appreciate YOU!!

November 13th Menu

Course 1 - Choice of Soup or Salad

Pumpkin Chili

Classic and comforting beef chili with an autumn twist
or

Autumn Harvest Salad

Roasted acorn squash, baked goat cheese, fresh greens, broccoli sprouts, dried cranberries, pepitas, granny smith apple, honey vinaigrette

Course 2 - Appetizer

Baked Brie and Prosciutto Rolls 

With fig jam

Course 3 - Choice of Entree

Pan Seared Pork Chops

Rubbed with sage, served with baked apples and roasted autumn vegetables

Chicken Pot Pie

With arugula salad and roasted carrots

Maple Glazed Salmon

With sweet potato grits and roasted autumn vegetables

Butternut Squash and Goats' Cheese Tart 

Flakey puff pastry, savory squash filling, pecan encrusted goats' cheese, arugula salad, balsamic vinegar reduction, pomegranate seeds

Course 5 - Choice of Dessert

Blackberry Cobbler 

or

Bread Pudding and Caramel Sauce