What’s for Dinner at the new White Oak Tavern

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With the opening set for the second week in January, the folks at the new White Oak Tavern in Ellicott City have shared their winter menus with me – and I am going to share them with you. In fact, each day this week I will be posting a different menu. There are five in all, plus a kids’ menu which will include Grilled Cheese, Chicken Nuggets, and Mac’n cheese. Today’s menu from White Oak Tavern is the Dinner Menu. Dinner will be served from from 5-10pm Sunday through Thursday and from 5-11pm Friday and Saturday. Enjoy!

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Check back here tomorrow to see what’s for lunch at White Oak.

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About Deena 'DeenasDays' Dietrich (564 Articles)
My name is Deena Dietrich. I live in Ellicott City, Maryland with my 2 dogs Elvis and Cilla. I am making my way as a Social Media Manager, Blogger and now Author. I have written my U2 memoir 'On the Road with U2: my musical journey' (available on amazon) about the 75 (now 100) U2 shows I have been to since ZooTv and the places I’ve seen and the people I’ve met along the way. My motto is “It is better to regret something you have done, than something you haven’t.” So follow me on my journey as I pursue my passions in music and sports with Elvis, U2, Grizzlies, Broncos, LMP, NKOTB, Orioles. Please connect with me @DeenasDays on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Google+ or you can email me at deenadietrich@gmail.com.

2 Comments on What’s for Dinner at the new White Oak Tavern

  1. Am I reading this wrong? Only one HoCo farm is being used (Wagon Wheel Range) in this new “Everything is Local” themed restaurant????? With numerous HoCo farms in a stones throw from the restaurant, I’m very disappointed that they are not sourcing more ingredients from HoCo farms and resources.

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    • Thanks for reading my blog. I contacted White Oak Tavern and this is what they had to say, “The menu cover does highlight multiple MD farms but Wagon Wheel Ranch is the only farm we’ve actually visited. The others had arranged a sit down meeting at our location and they pitched us what they had to offer. We do plan on making more trips out to farms and giving them the spot light. We are very proud of all the MD farms and wish we could use them all at some point.”

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