Thursday, January 21, 2010

Gallagher's posts special Jets menu

New York, January 19—Taste the “Rex Ryan Classic Burger,” it’s a winner! The Jets amazing performance and long-shot victory in the AFC Divisional Playoff game against the heavily-favored San Diego Chargers on Sunday was more than appetizing for their fans. So, Gallagher’s Steak House, the New York City steak house for sports mavens, will salute Gang Green’s tasty march to the AFC title game against Indianapolis this Sunday with the “Go Gang Green Power Lunch” on its menu all this week. Jets fans can eat up the big win!



The “Gang Green Power Lunch” items at Gallagher’s include such triumphant additions as “Shonn Greene Spinach Salad” and “Darrelle Revis Endive and Beet-up the Offense” Salad as appetizers, the “Rex Ryan Classic Burger,” the “Broadway Joe Burger” and the “Mark Sanchez CAB Steak” as main courses, and “Nick Mangold New York Cheese Cake” for dessert.



The menu is priced at $28 (plus tax and gratuity), and is available from 12 noon to 3 pm. Gallagher’s Steak House is located at 228 West 52nd Street between Broadway and Eighth Avenue in New York City. For reservations call 212.245-5336.



“We wanted to salute the sweet taste of the Jets Divisional Playoff victory with this special menu, and hope that Sunday's game against the Colts will be equally succulent," said Gallagher’s spokesman John Cirillo. “The Jets were quintessential New York in the win, just like Gallagher’s.”



Here is the full “GO GANG GREEN” SALUTE TO THE JETS POWER LUNCH MENU:

Appetizers: “Jay Feely” Onion Soup with Toasted Baguette and Melted Munster Cheese; “Shonn Greene” Spinach Salad Sliced Pears, Goat Cheese, Raspberry Vinaigrette; “Darrelle Revis Endive and Beet-Up the Offense” Salad Shredded Beets, Slivered Almonds served on Endive Leaves, Garlic Vinaigrette; Entrees: “Rex Ryan” Classic Burger 10 oz. Prime Chuck; Lettuce, Tomato, Onion and served with Gallagher’s Chips; “Broadway Joe” Burger 10 oz. Prime Chuck topped with melted Roquefort Cheese, Honey Balsamic and Glazed Onions; served with Gallagher’s Chips (bun optional); “Dustin Keller” B.L.T. Smoked Bacon, Lettuce and Beefsteak Tomato on Grilled Sourdough bread

served with Garlic Herb Fries; “Mark Sanchez” CAB Steak (add $7.00) 14 oz. “Certified Angus Beef” Boneless New York Strip served with Faneca French Fries; “Jerricho Cotchery” Turkey Club

Served with Bacon, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Swiss Cheese and Gallagher’s Chips; “Braylon Edwards” Beef Tenderloin and Asparagus Salad with Pan Roasted Potatoes, Smoked Bacon and Mustard Vinaigrette; “Kerry Rhodes” Grilled Salmon Filet with Sautéed Baby Spinach and Roasted Potatoes; Desserts:

“Nick Mangold” New York Cheese Cake; “Jim Leonhard” Warm Maple Custard with Caramelized Sugar; “Gang Green” Ice Creams and Sorbets.

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