Here’s another great $10 lunch option for Winter Bites Culinary Week, this time by Old Sandwich restaurant, The Dominion House. Dine in a piece of Windsor’s history as The DH is the oldest remaining continuously run tavern in the Border Region. A great place to visit for some great pub grub or a pint.
Here is a showcase of the 3 Winter Bites selections that we here at WindsorEats are most excited about on The DH’s lunch menu:
Deep Fried Pickles
These bad boys are dipped in a Rickard’s Red batter. Yum yum!
Topped with red onion, cucumbers, tomatoes, kalamata olives and pepperoncini peppers and sprinkled with feta cheese and a creamy Greek dressing.
I’m a big fan of breakfast at any time of the day, so I almost chose the DH Breakfast as the third course, but I decide to go with a classic with a Canadian twist: the P.L.T. It subs in Canadian peameal bacon in place of the regular bacon normally on a B.L.T. and is served on either white or whole wheat Texas toast and served with a side of fresh cut fries.
Both the lunch and dinner Winter Bites Culinary Week menus from The Dominion House can be viewed here. Lunch runs for $10 per person and dinner for $25 per person.
Winter Bites is Windsor and Essex County’s very own restaurant week. From January 16 to January 22, 2012, diners can visit any Winter Bites participating restaurant and indulge in a 3-course meal, created with 3 options in each course to choose from. Participating restaurants are open during their regular hours of operation. Prices do not include taxes, beverages or gratuity.