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Pepperoncini Offering Feast of the Seven Fishes and New Year's Eve Menus

The Feast of the Seven Fishes is an Italian Christmas tradition that Pepperoncini (184 Bridge Street, Phoenixville; 484-924-8429) celebrates every Christmas Eve. This wonderful feast (see menu below) will be offered to take home and be shared with family and friends. Whatever your background may be, celebrate this tradition from Pepperoncini's home to yours. Pick up is available from 11:00am - 5:00pm on Christmas Eve. Call now to place your order in Phoenixville 484-924-8429 or Conshohocken 610-941-7783.

Celebrate New Year's Eve old-school with a traditional Italian feast at Pepperoncini. Chef's Paul DiBona and Tommy DeFruscio have created an a la carte menu (see below) that will not disappoint. Dinner will be served from 5:00pm - 10:00pm with open seating. At midnight, guests can enjoy complimentary champagne and a light buffet. And in the tradition of "out with the old and in with the new," Pepperoncini will smash dinner plates once the ball drops! Call to reserve your table now in Phoenixville 484-924-8429 or Conshohocken 610-941-7783.

In the spirit of the holiday season, purchase a Pepperoncini gift card for a friend and receive a gift card valued at 20% of the purchase price for you. Minimum purchase of $25 required.

The Feast Of Seven Fishes Menu

Saturday, December 24th from11:00am - 5:00pm (take out only)

Baccala (red or white) $14 lb
Baccala Bites $3 each
Fried Smelts $11 lb
Flounder Francaise $13 lb
Stuffed Flounder with spinach & crabmeat $13 lb
Sauteed Calamari (red) with potatoes $11 lb
Lobster Ravioli $2.50 each
Shrimp Cocktail $3 each
Shrimp Pepperoncini $3 each
Crab Cakes (3oz) $6 each
Crab Balls $3 each
Baked Clams $1.75 each
Scallops with Bacon $3 each
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New Year's Eve Menu

served 5:00pm - 10:00pm

Soup
Lobster Bisque 11
Good Luck Italian Lentil Soup 6
Lentils represent good luck in Italy. Economical and hearty, this rich soup may help to usher in a prosperous, healthy and fortunate New Year.

Appetizers
Calamari fried with marinara, basil aioli, fresh lemon 11
Baked Clams topped with garlic, breadcrumbs, fresh herbs, extra virgin olive oil 12.5
Shrimp Pepperoncini prosciutto wrapped with horseradish cream sauce 11
Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail with cocktail sauce, fresh lemon 13
Meatballs! jumbo homemade meatballs simmered in fresh tomato sauce 11
Steamed Mussels white wine herb sauce or fresh tomato marinara 12
Antipasto fresh & aged cheeses, cured italian meats, italian tuna, marinated grilled veggies, anchovy, hard boiled egg 16
Sweet sausage over polenta, broccoli rabe, white beans, marinara 11

Entrees
Veal Porterhouse spinach, pancetta, white beans, fresh lemon 29
Grilled Whole Bronzino spicy fresh tomato, artichokes, olives, fresh herbs, extra virgin olive oil 26
Penne Capra roasted tomatoes, eggplant, fresh peas, goat cheese 17
Filet Ella Rose mushroom duxelle, puff pastry, gorgonzola demi 31
Lobster Fra Diavlo spicy marinara, papardelle 32
Veal Corleone prosciutto, smoked mozzarella, wild mushroom marsala sauce 32
Gnocchi a la Sophia Loren baby spinach, toasted pine nuts, gorgonzola, port wine cream sauce 17
Veal Sinatra jumbo lump crab, diced tomato, artichokes, white wine herb sauce 26
Orecchiette Bolognese classic meat sauce with parmigiana reggiano 18
Surf & Turf 9oz filet, 10oz lobster tail, garlic herb butter, crostini MP
Chicken San Nicola shrimp, jumbo lump, sundried tomatoes, capers, white wine 24
Potato Crusted Salmon wild mushroom cream sauce, spinach risotto 21
Chicken Parmigiana on a bed of linguini 18

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