Join us this and every Saturday for some exquisite dishes prepared by our award-winning chefs for an amazing brunch that can be enjoyed by all of your friends and family. Choices include Steak and Eggs, Very Berry French Toast, Seafood Omelette, The Classic Eggs Benedict, or our Famous Crab Cakes Benedict. You may also enjoy a bottle of bottle of Scott’s Brut with a carafe of Orange Juice for $20 or just a single Mimosa… Continue reading Scott’s Saturday Brunch and Mother’s Day Sunday, May 13th
NOVEMBER 2017 EXTRAVAGANZA FAVORITES MENU As the Great Scott’s Seafood Extravaganza comes into it’s final month, we feature a number of favorites from this summers’ diverse and flavor packed menu. Be sure to try one of these favorites before they’re gone for the season! ~ FEATURED COCKTAIL ~ “FALL BREEZE” ~ FEATURED WINERY ~ PACIFIC SEAFOOD PASTA Smoke Tree Chardonnay CRAB STUFFED SALMON Smoke Tree Pinot Noir BAKED MAINE LOBSTER THERMIDOR Stuffed with Lobster Meat, Bay… Continue reading THE GREAT SCOTT’S EXTRAVAGANZA FAVORITES MENU
OCTOBER 2017 OLD FASHIONED CLAM BAKE The grand tradition of the New England Clam Bake goes back to at least 1641, when colonists traded polished clam shells or wampum with Native Americans. Deep cold waters yield a rich variety of fish and shellfish headed by the prince of seafood, the luscious Maine Lobster. For Scott’s Old Fashioned Clam Bake, we serve the freshest seafood daily and use only the finest farm-raised shellfish to ensure… Continue reading Scott’s Old Fashioned Clam Bake Is Here!
SEPTEMBER 2017THE PACIFIC COAST SEAFOOD FESTIVALWe can travel the world looking for great seafood, but the best year-round selection of fresh fish and shellfish lies right here in our own backyard, the Pacific Coast. The variety is endless: Tuna, Swordfish and Halibut from the waters of Southern California, Calamari from the rocky shores of Monterey, Pacific Prawns, Lobster and Oysters from Mexico to Canada.Our special menu will vary daily during the Pacific Coast Seafood Festival,… Continue reading September Brings Us Scott’s Pacific Coast Seafood Festival
AUGUST 2017THE DEEP SOUTH FESTIVALCajun and Creole make up one of the most distinctive of America’s regional cuisines. Early Spanish, French, African and Native American influences were wedded into this uniquely different style of cooking. The many uses of peppers, herbs and spices, combined with the abundant fresh fish and shellfish have given us famous dishes such as Blackened Catfish, Shrimp Creole, Gumbo and Jambalaya.From the fine restaurants of New Orleans to the dinner tables… Continue reading August Brings The Deep South Festival To Scott’s