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Fireside 59 Route 59 Monsey, NY 10977

www.FiresideKosher.com

59 Route 59
Monsey, NY 10977

(845) 517-3570







STARTERS & SALADS
Heirloom Salad heirloom baby tomato, hothouse cucumbers, balsamic vinaigrette
Chicken Caesar Salad Garlic tossed croutons, cashew parmesan.
Tumbleweed Onions Crispy red onions, Fireside sauce
Slider Trio Three buns done three ways
Chicken Tacos Salsa, garlic aioli, guacamole, shredded lettuce, chicken
Steak Tacos Salsa, garlic aioli, guacamole, shredded lettuce, steak
Beer Battered Chicken Fingers Served with four dips: Fireside sauce, honey mustard, sweet & sour & maple aioli
Pulled Brisket Nachos Pulled brisket, salsa, garlic aioli, guacamole, house chips
Egg Rolls Duck confit & pastrami. Served with sweet & sour & honey mustard sauces
Gravy Fries & Smoked Veal
Red Spring Onion And Mushroom Risotto Abalone & King Trumpet mushrooms
Mushroom Chips & Tempura Asparagus

SOUPS

Cauliflower Corn Purée
Mexican Chicken Soup

FISH
Honey Seared Wild Alaskan Salmon Purple asparagus, black rice
Chilean Sea Bass Bechamel shaved jalapeno sauce, purple asparagus, black rice

PASTA
Rigatoni Bolognese House marinara, pan seared ground beef, cashew parmesan
Summer Linguini Sugar snap peas, wild mushrooms, cashew parmesan

ENTREES

French Cut Chicken Breast Pan seared & roasted, seasonal vegetables & smashed yukons
Simply Chicken Grilled boneless dark chicken skewers, black rice
Chicken & Wild Mushrooms Dark meat chicken, edamame, sour cherries, shallots, smoked veal lardons, wild mushroom medley
Chicken & Greens Thin pounded, breaded chicken topped with leafy salad
Shnitzel And Chips Available to children twelve & under

SANDWICHES & BURGERS
Fireside Burger
Fireside sauce, lettuce, onion, heirloom tomato, pickle
Breakfast Burger Smoked veal & fried egg
Monsey Burger Marbled rye bread, caramelized onions, garlic aioli, pickles, tumbleweed
onions, gribenes
Mushroom & Caramelized Onion Burger Garlic aioli, pickles
The Henry French toast, rib roast, sliced pastrami, sliced corned beef, caramelized onions, tomato, maple aioli
Grilled Chicken Blt Smoked veal, lettuce, heirloom tomato, garlic aioli. Served on ciabatta or honey whole wheat bread
The Yingele Parkerhouse bun, pickle, lettuce, ketchup. Served with chips. Available to children twelve & under

STEAKS & CHOPS

24oz Bone-In Rib Steak
Skirt Steak
Cured Eye Of The Rib
Surprise Steak
Skillet Pastrami
grilled pastrami steak, sweet glaze
Bone-In Prime Cowboy Steak (serves two)
Rack Of Ribs
oven roasted, honey mustard bourbon glaze (available monday & tuesday)
Veal Chop pan seared

SIDES

House Slawseasonal Green Vegetables
Smashed Yukons
Yam Curls
Fireside Fries
Black Rice
Herbed Truffle Fries


DESSERT

Apple Crisp Doughnuts Crispy doughnut holes, warm apple cinnamon compote
Churro Waffles Homemade ice cream, whipped cream, chocolate sauce
Ice Cream Sandwiches Homemade chocolate and peanut butter ice cream sandwiches, chocolate ganache, caramel whip
Peach Cobbler Peaches, crumble, homemade ice cream
Fireside Crisp Custard Tower Filo wafers, homemade vanilla bean crème anglaise
Chocolate Peanut Butter Lava Cake Hot molten cakes, creamy peanut butter center, toasted almond ice cream

information about Fireside
RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
Rabbi Benyumin Gruber

Hours
Sun: 4:30 PM-10:00 PM
Mon-Thurs: 5:30 PM-10:00 PM

Cuisine: Postmodern American Steakhouse
Avg. Check: $30-$40
Attire: Dressy

Succah On Succot: Yes
Nine Days Menu: No
Open for Pesach: No

RESERVATIONS Required
CREDIT CARDS All Major


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ABOUT Fireside
Fireside, named for the warm fire that greets you just before entering, is a postmodern American steakhouse, hinting at familiar foods while engaging a modernist flirtation that keeps the menu both approachable and sophisticated, transitioning with seasonal and inter-seasonal changes.

 

Passing through an immense set of grand entry doors, tucked away in the Evergreen mall, Fireside’s dining room opens up into a large, bi-level, modern space. Inside, vaulted ceilings and warm grained wood, accented with copper, reflect in design the establishment’s culinary style and direction, to provide the patron with a dinner experience that is both elegant and rustic.

 

Working in Chicago, Fireside’s Chef, Alexander Remer, discovered that the kitchen could be more than a utilitarian space for cooking. He saw it as a working studio; spaces full of  energy and disciplined creativity, where you can work to make fantastic things. Having cooked in a broad array of kitchens, his own style, and Fireside’s culinary direction today, is to cook with a wide variety of fresh and unexpected ingredients, most all of which could be enjoyed on their own

 

Fireside items include:

 

The Meat Pizza, deep dish or thin crust, and its varying cousins. 

Beer battered or pan seared, duck fingers. 

Daily soup.

Steak Salad Sloatsburg

Tumbleweed onions.

The Henry. 

Gravy fries

Dry aged champagne apple glazed, cured prime rib ribeye steak, the best of both worlds.

The Cowboy.

Tacos

Monday’s and Tuesday’s beer and burger pairing. 

 

Cocktails, beer and wine available as are, weekly specials and pairings. Desserts, made in house, are rich and satisfying, uniquely retro in portion and flare. Tempering classic with new, secreted away with modest sophistication, Fireside warrants a visit anytime.



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