4/27 Lunch Menu

Saturday 4/27/2013

The Hobart Community Center for the Project Independence Seed Sale

11 am to 2pm



Cream of Mushroom Soup

A homemade, well orchestrated, and choreographed mix of varied mushrooms melded into a flavorful and healthy soup.

Parmesan Encrusted Green Bean Fries

Fresh green beans coated with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Parmesan cheese and baked to a crispy perfection

Fresh Spinach Salad

With bacon, tomato, hard boiled egg, red onion and champagne maple vinaigrette

Fresh Garden to Truck Salad

With green leaf lettuce, cucumber, red onion, shaved carrot and champagne maple vinaigrette

Quiche me once and Quiche me twice and Quiche me once again

A prelude to spring asparagus and leek quiche with Gruyere and Jarlsberg and a side salad

Pulled Chicken Sliders (2)

In a homemade honey mustard BBQ sauce with sliced red onion and pickles
Solo $7 or with side salad or fries $9

An Ate O Ate Gourmet Grilled Cheese

With green apple horseradish and freshly picked watercress slaw and choice of cheddar, pepper jack or smoked Gouda served with fries.

All prices include tax!!!

Place An Order

Send us your order now for pick up later! Limited internet sometimes prohibits us from receiving orders. In that regard pre-orders for lunch should be made by 10 am and for dinner by 3pm. We will confirm the receipt of your order, confirm your pick-up time, and provide you a total for your order and you may then pre-pay for the order on our website or let us know you will be paying truck side with cash or check.
If you do not receive confirmation of your order, then we are out of service. Sorry for the inconvenience!
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The spirit and attitude behind the Ate O Ate operation:

We strive to use the freshest ingredients available and use 100% compostable containers, cups, lids, and dinnerware. We serve Vly Mountain Spring Water bottled in Halcott Center by the DiBenedetto Family in exchange for our fryer oil, which will be converted into bio diesel. We vow to continue to build this business by using local growers, producers, and suppliers whenever possible. And will continue doing everything we can to reduce our carbon footprint while providing great food and service to the Catskill Region. We strongly believe all of this is worth the effort and hope you do too.