What’s Cookin’

You can’t have a dinner theater without great food! Here you can see what’s cooking at the Depot Theater Kitchen, what we are pouring at Harvey’s, the theater bar, and even download favorite past recipes.


Sin, Sex, and the CIA 
Menu

Ranger Ranch Salad

Undercover Sliced Beef Brisket

Heavenly Cheesy Spuds

Millicent’s Marvelous Green Beans

Daniel’s Dinner Rolls

Undressed Homemade Ice Cream

 

Food Prepared By: John Ross & Co. Signature Catering and Theater Staff and Volunteers

While we understand that many people have special dietary needs and are unable to eat certain foods, we are a dinner theater and not a restaurant. We order in the food needed to prepare the meal that is advertised for that particular production and those are the only ingredients available in the kitchen. We cannot make dinner substitutions as there are no other options. If you cannot eat items on our menu because you are a vegetarian, vegan, have unfortunate food allergies, or it is due to a medical issue, please consider purchasing show only tickets.

 

Favorite past recipes (click to download)

Baked Ranch Cheddar Chicken

 

At the Bar Signature Cocktail

Suave Spy Martini Bar

 

Dry Martini:  The Classic True Martini.  Boot Hill Distillery Gin, Dry Vermouth and orange bitters. 

Kangaroo Kicker:  Often referred to as a Vodka Martini.  Boot Hill Distillery Vodka and Dry Vermouth.  Yes, we’ll even shake it by request! 

Lemon Drop:  For the sweet tooth!  Absolut Citron, fresh lemon juice and real sugar! 

Cosmopolitan:  As fancy as its name.  Boot Hill Distillery Vodka, Triple Sec, Cranberry juice and a splash of fresh lime.  Culture in a cocktail glass! 

Gimlet:  Boot Hill Distillery Gin and Lime Cordial.  A favorite drink of Raymond Chandler’s hard boiled detective Phillip Marlowe! 

Gibson:  Boot Hill Distillery Gin, Dry Vermouth, and garnished with 2 cocktail onions.  A bold drink that pairs perfectly with a bold meal!


What's Cooking
Harvey’s at the Depot Theater is named for Fred Harvey owner of the famous Harvey House lunch rooms, restaurants and hotels, one of which was located in our building.