MGM Springfield has revealed its menu for the South End Market.
According to a news release sent to 22News, the market has six original dining concepts that appeal to a variety of people with indoor and outdoor seating.
The news release said food and beverage selections will include:
- Wicked Noodles, a Pan-Asian restaurant open 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
- Jack’s Lobster Shack, featuring traditional New England specialties open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
- Hearth Grill, offering vegetable-forward and healthy selections open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
- Bill’s Diner, serving classic American food open 24 hours
- Wine & Cheese bar open 4 p.m. to 12 a.m.
- Gelato & Espresso counter open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Menu highlights include the following:
Wicked Noodles. Centered around traditional Asian flavors, Wicked Noodles will serve classic comfort dishes such as Pad Thai,Vegetable Lo Mein and Dan Dan Noodles alongside shareable plates such as Crispy Pork Gyoza Dumplings and Steamed Pork Buns. The restaurant is defined by black metal shelving and a rich oak wood counter under a canvas awning and vintage neon sign.
Jack’s Lobster Shack. Serving traditional seaside selections including Lobster Rolls, Clam Chowder, fried seafood classics and more, Jack’s is an homage to traditional New England fare. Reminiscent of an old-school lobster shack, the restaurant is adorned with red painted trim, sun-bleached wood siding and an installation of used fishing buoys. As they line up at the order window, diners will feel as though they’ve escaped to the coast.
Bill’s Diner. Mirroring vintage country general stores, this classic lunch counter will capture the essence of down-home American cooking. An all-day breakfast menu will offer traditional items such as Buttermilk Pancakes and a selection of breakfast sandwiches including an Egg Sandwich cooked with griddled onions, swiss and mustard. The diner also will serve sandwiches, soups, salads and daily specials.
Hearth Grill. This health-driven hotspot will appeal to conscious diners with nourishing soups, salads, vegetable sides, flatbreads and rotisserie-cooked meats. Taking a cue from old New England kitchens, guests will select from offerings displayed on a butcher block counter top and pay-by-the-pound for items such as Chile Rubbed Beef Tri-Tip, Curried Cauliflower, Charred Street Corn and a lineup of fresh salads.
Wine & Cheese. At this contemporary wine and cheese bar, a combination of wood and weathered steel evokes the artisanal spirit of local craftsmen in the area. Seasonal cheeses will be paired with charcuterie from notable New England Charcuterie, a local curing company that combines Old World traditions with New World flavors to make an unexpected yet delicious product. An array of wine options, including flights and large pours, will be available.
Gelato & Expresso Counter. Patrons can gear up for the day ahead or tuck in for a relaxing break with a cup of coffee byLAMILL Coffee, an award-winning specialty coffee roaster based in Los Angeles. MGM Springfield will have a custom blend which can be nicely paired with Gelato’s pastries, sandwiches and gelato made in-house.