Starters include bruschetta, soup (the minestrone being a regular soup of the day) and garlic bread.
But that isn't beans on toast... ' " Rose said: How about making some bruschetta.
Oh, and we had bruschetta to start, with lovely fresh garlic and flakes of Maldon salt.
The brie bruschetta was fine but unmemorable and again was overwhelmed by rocket.
Pasta pairs well with wine and is especially good with bruschetta for an appetizer and chocolate for dessert.
You might want to serve this with some bruschetta and a light white wine.
Wine, cheese, crackers, smoked salmon, cookies and bruschetta are some examples of typical foods that might be included in a gourmet basket.
Heirloom tomatoes often have a richness and depth of flavor that is lacking in tomatoes produced for the mass market, but there is more at stake than flavorful bruschetta.
Try an ethnic theme to introduce guests to unusual foods such as sushi, bruschetta, or tamales.
With the addition of bleu cheese, traditional bruschetta becomes a patriotic treat that your family members and guests are sure to enjoy snacking on.
If desired, drizzle assembled bruschetta with olive oil and broil for a few minutes.
The menu offers whitefish cakes, bruschetta, pastas, soups, steak, seafood, and ribs.
For appetizers, the bruschetta and the fried calamari are delicious.
Guests can choose from a wide range of appetizers, including fried calamari, bruschetta and mini meatballs.
Try one of the delectable desserts such as dark chocolate bruschetta or grilled banana.
Starters include the house antipasto, bruschetta, soup of the day and various salads.
The restaurant have an extensive menu with selections ranging from burgers to bruschetta.
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