Bertie’s ‘Local’s Night Out’ has a new special seafood menu
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nevada – Bertie’s Hot Chicken is hosting its first local night out, featuring its New England-style fresh seafood menu from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday, October 3.
Restaurant owner Rick Boyd is delighted to unveil the menu after a long wait due to COVID-19.
âRight before COVID shut everything down, we were planning to open a seafood restaurant in South Lake,â Boyd said. âRight before we signed the lease, we ended up backing down because of the shutdown, so that never happened. So that’s kind of our way of bringing this concept back.â
Seating for the event is by reservation only, and Boyd said reservations are filling up so quickly that they plan to hold the event on Saturday, October 2 as well.
âThe number of seats between five and seven is completely exhausted,â Boyd said. âWe have tables before five and after seven, but the middle of the evening is full. It went quickly, which is very encouraging.
The menu offers a range of traditional New England seafood including a variety of appetizers to maximize tasting opportunities. Fish and chips will be available for those looking to get back to the basics of tasty seafood, but Boyd said there are plenty of dishes that will dance with every local’s taste buds.
âWe’ll have clams in different ways,â Boyd said. âWe have a clam linguini, we have a traditional clambake, which is lobster, clams, shrimp, potatoes, corn and smoked sausage. So it’s really fun. It’s shareable, and something the whole table can really take ownership of and experience.
Boyd said his main goal is to bring a bit of Cape Cod to the basin, whether it’s through his sought-after lobster or the traditional black cod miso ramen that will wow true seafood lovers.
âWe’re very excited for people to come and try things out and help us figure out where we’re going next,â Boyd said.
To reserve your spot at Bertie’s Local’s Night Out, visit their website at capehouse.com/reservations.