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Try tiki drinks, octopus tacos at Olde Magoun's Saloon

Posted by Kara Baskin  August 1, 2013 11:00 AM

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Always fun when a bar branches out, especially when octopus tacos and scorpion bowls are involved. Olde Magoun's Saloon launches a seafood-and-tiki-themed menu this month, served every Wednesday evening, to say so long to swimming season. Can you find octopus tacos at your favorite beach's clam shack? Probably not. Here's the menu.

FRIED IPSWICH CLAM SLIDERS
fried clams / homemade tartar sauce / buttered & grilled potato roll

MOULES FRITES
fresh PEI mussels / simmered in garlic ginger Berkshire ale garlic butter hand cut fries / citrus aioli

GRILLED OCTOPUS TACOS
kalamata olives / confit tomatoes / cucumber / feta cheese / tortillas

CRAB AREPAS
fresh lump crab & avocado salad stuffed inside a griddled corn cake

SEAFOOD ENCHILADAS
medley of crab, lobster, shrimp and cilantro rice stuffed in a tortilla topped with a poblano cream sauce

CAJUN BBQ SHRIMP
with andouille sausage and cheesy grits

LOBSTER ROLL
fresh shucked Maine lobster on a butter & grilled potato roll

Tiki Drinks:

Painkiller
Mai Tai
Scorpion Bowl (for one)
Planters Punch
Suffering Bastard
Blue Hawaiian
Singapore Sling
Zombie

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