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The new wedge salad

Greene Turtle launches new menu

Build-your-own-lunch option now available

The Greene Turtle a 47-unit casual-dining chain based in Columbia, Md., has rolled out new appetizers, pizzas and salads as well as a build-your-own lunch option starting at $7.99.

The new lunch option, available Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., lets guests pick an entrée, such as the chain’s signature Crabby Melt — featuring crab dip, cheddar cheese, Old Bay seasoning, tomato and bacon on a sourdough roll —chicken tenders, cheeseburgers, the new personal pepperoni or Margherita pizza, or Buffalo Chicken Tacos, and a side such as several soup and salad options, fries, tots, chips & guacamole, broccoli or rice pilaf at the promotional price. Soda or iced tea is an additional $2.

The new rockfish bites

The chain has also introduced three new starters:
Rockfish Bites: Rockfish fried in Yuengling beer batter, seasoned with Old Bay and served with tartar sauce, $9-$9.50
Loaded Tater Tots: Potato tots topped with Fat Tire beer cheese, bacon pieces and ranch dressing, $10
Jalapeño Poppers: Baked, breaded jalapeño peppers stuffed with cream cheese, cheddar cheese and bacon, $5-$6

The new buffalo chicken pizza

Four new pizzas are available:
Crab Pizza: Pizza topped with crab dip, mozzarella and Old Bay seasoning, $13-$13.50
Buffalo Chicken Pizza: Pizza topped with Buffalo chicken dip, cheddar cheese and celery drizzled with ranch dressing and Buffalo sauce, $11
Margherita Pizza: Pizza with marinara sauce, fresh mozzarella and basil, $11-$11.50
Pepperoni Pizza: Pizza with marinara, mozzarella and pepperoni, $10-$10.50

The Greene Turtle has also introduced a Wedge Salad featuring iceberg lettuce, bacon, crumbled blue cheese, tomatoes and blue cheese dressing for $5.

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