Buck &Rider in Arcadia Is Now Open for Lunch

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As of this week, Buck &Rider, the seafood restaurant from LGO Hospitality, is open for lunch at 11 a.m. daily. The restaurant, which opened in mid-October, serves fresh seafood, rolled seafood, salads, and more.

The lunch menu includes a few new options not found on the dinner menu: 

  • New England Clam Chowder with fresh littleneck clams
  • Smoked Trout Salad
  • Sushi Grade Ahi Tuna Burger with avocado on a homemade bun
  • Seaweed Superfood Salad with macadamia nuts in a sesame dressing
  • Grilled NY Strip Steak Sandwich with mesquite grilled local prime steak and fresh horseradish

It also includes the new Baked Yuzu Crab Roll  made with fresh Jonah crab topped with spicy tuna and Serrano chilies.

The restaurant is open daily at 11 a.m. and offers happy hour until 6 p.m. on weekdays. Deals include $6 for all signature cocktails, house pours, and featured glasses of wine. Reverse Happy Hour is offered from 9:30 pm to close Thursday through Saturday.

For more information check the Buck &Rider website

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