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Monday, January 21, 2019
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January 20, 2019


Oyster Week!
January 14 - 19th. 4pm Daily

Reservations Suggested
More information here

It's Christmas Eve!
Sun Singer will close at 6:00 p.m. this evening.
We will serve our lunch menu from 10:30 a.m - 4:00 p.m. 
Our kitchen will close at 4:00 p.m.


Here's wishing you the merriest of Christmases!
 

SOUPS

Italian Wedding | Beef Chili | Potato Leek

BRUNCH SPECIAL

LUNCH SPECIAL

DINNER SPECIALS
after 4pm

Pan Seared Cod
steamed Jasmine rice, Veracruz sauce, roasted tricolor cauliflower

Flash Fried Oysters
house cocktail sauce, lemon wedge, hot sauce, saltines

Oysters Rockefeller
baked oyster on the half shell topped with a mixture of
spinach, garlic, shallots, celery, bacon

Traditional Oyster Stew
shallots, leeks, celery, garlic, in a milk & cream base
garnished with green onions and crispy prosciutto

SWEETS

Brown Butter-Cocoa Bread Pudding
raspberry crème anglaise

Raspberry Tart
blood orange crème patissiere

Find Sun Singer's full menu here

Romaine Lettuce Recall!
Fresh romaine will return soon! Until then,we will be unable
to serve our Caesar Salad. We apologize for any inconvenience.


 

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About the Sun Singer

park parkThe Robert Allerton Park is a 1,517-acre (6.0 km) park, nature center, and conference center located near M onticello, Illinois on the upper Sangamon River. The park and manor house were laid out and built by
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ndustrialist Robert Allerton, who gave the complex to the University of Illinois in 1946. The Allerton Natural Area within the park is a National Natural Landmark. As of 2007, the park was used by approximately 100,000 visitors per year.The sculpture walk at Allerton concludes with The Sun Singer, an Art Moderne bronze of the Greek God Apollo sculpted by Carl Milles in 1929, one of more than 100 sculptures on the grounds. The Sun Singer underwent a $39,000 restoration in June-July 2007 to remove vandal graffiti and restore the patina of the 16 feet
(5 m), 2300 lb (1045 kg) sculpture.
 

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