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Hi-Tulip Cafe Dinners

Supportive, adoptive, step-, deceased, estranged, working, stay-at-home, long-distance, unconditional loving and caring; whatever the case may be or you have the perfect mother image in your mind, we can all agree that we all had a mom whom we can thank for giving us life. Although each situation is unique, good moms give you happiness, bad moms give you experience, even the worst moms give you lessons, and the best moms give you memories. Because moms have various abilities, skills and challenges, there are hundreds of “mom-isms” out there.   The most overused cliché that is pre-loaded with meaning is...... “like mama used to make”.  There is an assumption that your mom could even cook and that nobody could cook better than her.   But those that did, mostly did so out of love and not duty.  No matter who your mom is — whether she’s even a good cook or not — the food she makes will always be memorable. Even if you can’t stand her potato salad, you can’t help but feel like you’re at home every time she offers you some. Whatever your mom made, it carries a certain taste of nostalgia. Most of us have probably experienced intense cravings for dishes that our mom used to make.   

Chef Kevin has been conducting an informal survey in respect to the thoughts and memories of our customers, considering he can’t get past the memory of Poor Man’s Stew his mom used to make...Wait, What??? Simple comfort food, leftovers giving mom an extra hour in the day, and the two choices: take it or leave it....pass muster with this mom.   This upbringing more than likely imbued him to become a chef. Although that bowl of cereal sometimes just hits the spot.  

So now, we are hoping your favorite thing to make for dinner is reservations.  May 14. Check out the “LIKE MAMA USED TO MAKE” menu and give us a shout.  The best part that will please you and mama alike, is that this month will be at the incredible price of $40 per person which includes this 5-course meal and one beverage.    
Please leave us your phone number, your preferred eating time starting at 5:00, and your entrée and dessert choices by sending us an email, calling us at (386) 439-9274, or letting us know in person when you are at the café for breakfast or lunch.  Our Dinner Menu

May 14th Dinner Menu

1st Course:

Wedge Salad

Crisp iceberg lettuce quarter, diced tomato, Applewood smoked bacon, fresh chives, black pepper, creamy blue cheese dressing

2nd Course:

Fried Green Tomato

Topped with pimento cheese, tomato jam, and local micro radish greens

3rd Course:

White Bean Kale Soup

With rosemary, garlic, and lemon 

4th Course: Choose Entre

Swedish Meatballs

Tender pork meatballs over creamy mashed potatoes, savory brown gravy, green beans and side of lingonberry jam

Eggplant Parmesan

Crispy eggplant, fresh mozzarella, roasted tomato marinara sauce, creamy pesto polenta


Atlantic Gulf shrimp and Andouille sausage in a rich seafood broth over white rice

Pot Roast

With roasted purple potatoes, carrots and spring peas

5th Course: Choose Dessert

Strawberry Shortcake or Pineapple Upside Down Cake

Good moms let you lick the beaters; great moms turn them off first!