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Lexington's Vine Brook Tavern launches pizza-to-go with Vine Brook Oven

Posted by Kara Baskin  July 19, 2013 09:00 AM

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Why settle for an everyday pepperoni pizza when you could order a pie with spam and pineapple? It's a fair question. Thankfully Vine Brook Tavern chef Chris Frothingham will launch a takeout pizza program at his downtown Lexington restaurant soon, with unusual specialties like the aforementioned spam Hawaiian and béchamel and brussels with caramelized onions. Order the to-go pizza during regular restaurant hours (it's not available for dine-in). Frothingham used to run a pizza parlor in Seattle, so this isn't new territory for him. Here's a shot of his sopressata pie, another favorite. Get your spam on starting July 25, and see the full menu ahead.


$16 Pizzas:
San Marzano | basil, fresh mozzarella, olive oil

$18 Pizzas, Signature Pies:
“meatball” | ricotta, marinara, arugula, black pepper & roasted garlic aioli
*Zoe’s sopressata | cherry bomb, aged provolone
béchamel & Brussels | caramelized onions
*Zoe’s uncured pepperoni | marinara
Hawaiian | Spam, pineapple, furikaki, sticky soy, pineapple sage
bolognese | ricotta

$19 Build Your Own Pizzas: Choose up to four toppings:
Build your own | bacon, sopressata, pepperoni, fresh mozzarella, shredded mozzarella, ricotta, mushrooms, caramelized onions, garlic, fresh basil, cherry peppers, pineapple, Brussels

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