prince edward island mussels steamed in harp lager with diced tomato, garlic and red onion.
beer-battered jalapeno halves filled with cream cheese. served with raspberry dipping sauce.
Mozzarella Cheese Wedges
with our house marinara.
potato halves, cheddar & monterey jack, bacon, scallions and your choice of sour cream or ranch dressing.
seasoned crabmeat topped with provolone cheese.
potato skins, chicken tenders, crab-stuffed mushrooms. plenty to share.
Buffalo Chicken Wings
one dozen medium, hot, bbq, sweet-hot, hot garlic, hot garlic parmesan, hot teriyaki, or orange-chipotle. served with celery and ranch dressing.
Bleu Cheese Dressing Add$0.75
cheddar & monterey jack, diced tomato, jalapeno and red onion. served on a bed of tortilla chips with salsa or sour cream.
Chicken Quesadilla - Santa Fe Veggie Quesadilla
cheddar & monterey jack, black beans, corn, diced tomato, jalapeno and red onion, on a bed of tortilla chips.
cup or crock
French Onion Soup
Mrs. Murphys Clam Chowder
thick & creamy new england style! a house favorite , cup or crock
Soup n Sandwich
a crock of our homemade soup with your choice of one of the following: b.l.t., grilled cheese, 12 turkey club wrap, or 12 grilled chicken wrap.
Dressings Include French, Italian, Poppyseed, Ranch, Bleu Cheese, Thousand Island, Balsamic Vinaigrette, Lite Italian, And Fat-free Honey Mustard. Served With Warm Roll And Butter.
(dry Crumbled Bleu Cheese Available)
The wedge Salad
iceberg wedge with bacon, tomato, hard-boiled egg and sliced red onion.
Unicorn Chef Salad
turkey, ham, bacon, swiss, cheddar, hard-boiled egg, sliced mushrooms and croutons.
Blt Grilled Chicken Salad
grilled chicken breast, bacon, sliced mushrooms, diced tomatoes and scallions over mixed greens.
The Unicorn Restaurant of Grafton recently celebrated its 28th anniversary. Kevin and Gail Flanigan opened the restaurant on January 28th, 1983. The name was derived from an Irish folk tune and the decor is an eclectic collection of Irish memorabilia and mementos collected over the years. Gail Flanigan initially contacted the Irish Tourist Board for assistance with sources for the interior decor. Kindly, they replied and sent two photographs of Grafton Street in Dublin which she had framed and are in the entrance to this day.