Breakfast Menu

All breakfast entrees except Avocado toast and French Toast served with rosemary garlic hash browns (except those marked with an asterisk)

Breakfast Sandwich

Served on toasted sourdough bread with melted cheddar, two fried eggs and choice of sausage, bacon, or ham


Huevos Rancheros

Piping hot beans and chorizo on corn tortillas topped with cheddar and jack cheeses, salsa, and sour cream


* Bridge Street Avocado Toast

Two slices of Molasses Squaw bread with crushed avocado, olive oil, sea salt, diced onions, and roasted tomatoes. Add a hard boiled egg or one cooked to your liking for $1.99


* Highway 40 Avocado Toast

Two slices of Molasses Squaw bread with crushed avocado, olive oil, sea salt, diced onions, capers, and a balsamic vinegar glaze. Add a hard boiled egg or one cooked to your liking for $1.99


8oz Ribeye & Eggs

Cooked to your perfection


Eggs Benedict

Two poached eggs served on toasted English muffins with Canadian bacon under a creamy champagne hollandaise sauce

Salmon Benny $13.99
Crab Benny $14.99


Sasquatch Breakfast

Two eggs cooked any style with choice of sausage, bacon, beef patty, or ham steak


BOHC (Breakfast of Hairy Champions)

Same as Sasquatch Breakfast but with Amaretto French Toast


Breakfast Burrito

Served with choice of bacon, sausage, or chorizo stuffed with scrambled eggs, cheddar and jack cheeses, and garnished with Pico de Gallo and guacamole


Joe’s Special

Two eggs scrambled with fresh spinach, chopped ribeye, and sautéed mushrooms topped with diced tomatoes


Chicken Fried Steak

Breaded and pan-fried cube steak served with bacon sausage gravy and two eggs cooked to your liking


* Amaretto French Toast

Try it with a side of our Piping hot butter, Peanut Butter, Banana syrup for $1



The Boca

Chopped chicken fried steak, jack and cheddar cheeses, diced onion, tomatoes, and jalapeños with a rich bacon sausage gravy




Sausage, Bacon, Ham, or Chorizo, Cheddar  and Jack Cheeses



Spinach, Mushroom, Onion, Cheddar & Jack Cheeses


Verdi (formerly Denver)

Ham, bell pepper, onion, cheddar & jack cheeses


Egg on Side                                                  $1.99
Side of Bacon, Sausage, Ham          $3.99
Side of Fresh Fruit                                  $2.99
Side of Hash Browns                            $2.49


Eggs and Toast


Eggs and Choice of Meat


½ Order French Toast & Fresh Fruit


½ Order French Toast, Egg, and choice of Meat



Big Foot Bloody

Made with New Amsterdam

Fresh Squeezed Screwdrivers
& Greyhounds

Made with New Amsterdam

Fresh Squeeze Screwdriver

Fresh Squeezed Orange
& Grapefruit Mimosas

Gin Fizz

Crafted with Woody Creek Gin, orange flower water, egg white froth, and a dash of nutmeg

Verdirish Coffee

With Tullamore Dew Irish Whisky

Verdi Coffee


The Sasquatch, or Bigfoot, legend has been around for centuries among indigenous populations around the globe. The name Sasquatch is derived from the Salish Indian word “sesqec” which has various definitions, but most notably ‘wild man of the woods.’ The multitude of legends and sightings are more numerous than weekend bikers on highway 40 and as with anything so prevalent, can you entirely discount the possibilities?

Ranging from 7-10 feet in height and weighing up to 1,000 pounds, this ape-like creature has been “discovered” in cultures throughout the world: The Himalayan Yeti, the Chinese Yeren, and the Australian Yowie are just a few examples. In North America there have been sightings all across the continental United States and Canada. In the Swamps of the American South, legends abound of the “Skunk Ape” or “Swamp Monster.” What all these creatures seem to have in common is a nocturnal lifestyle combined with a shy and reclusive nature which obviously makes discovery very difficult.

Sasquatch statue on Fireplace at Sasquatch Bar and Grill
Sasquatch Bar and Grill Merchandise

The skeptics (are you one of them?) maintain that it would be impossible for these creatures to remain isolated for so long in the numbers required to maintain population. However, there have been recent discoveries of, hitherto unknown, large primate populations in jungles throughout the world. In the vast forest of the Pacific Northwest and Canada can you unequivocally say there are not a small contingent of shy, semi-intelligent ape-like creatures that carved out a solitary niche for themselves with, maybe, a few wandering rogues?