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Have a Look at the new Hitching Post Menu

200 Upshur St, NW

On Aug. 22 the new Hitching Post soft opened at 200 Upshur St, NW across from the Old Soldiers Home in Petworth. Here’s a look at the menu:

Field greens/tomato & Bacon 7
Beans & Smoked Ham Hock Soup 6
Lamb chops 12
Black eye pea cake 7
Hitching Post fried wings 3/5 6/10
Hitching post Fried Chicken 4 pieces 8

All entrée come with two sides
Spinach and Corn (vegetarian) 12
Shrimp fried or Steamed 21
Crab Cakes 24
Pasta with Shrimp and Rich Makhani Sauce 17
Pasta with Spicy Italian Sausage 14
Pasta with Grilled Chicken 14
Hitching Post Fried Chicken 8 pieces 15.75
Fried Chicken Dinner all white meat 15
Chicken Wing Dinner 15.75
Spicy Porter House Steak Stew 16
Pork Chops 15
Fish Fried 15
Lamb Chop Dinner 25

Sandwiches /Burgers with fries or salad
Tuna Sandwich 10
Crab Cake Sandwich 12
Honey Baked Turkey 10
Smoke Salmon Sandwich 8
Roast Beef Sandwich 8
Hitching Post Burger 8

Side orders
Mac & cheese 4
Collard greens 5.5
Mashed Potatoes 4.5
Home made fries 3.5
Cole slaw 4
Potato salad 5.5
Broccoli 5

Cheese cake 6
Carrot Cake 6

Please Ask Your Server For daily Specials

Happy Hour 4Pm-7pm

Margarita 5
Martini 5
Mango Cosmo 5
Manhattan 5

Hours: Tue-Sunday 11:30 am-11pm
Kitchen Closed at 10:30pm

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