Firebirds Wood Fired Grill Goes Zesty with Summer Features Menu

Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, known for its bold flavors and classic American cuisine, adds fresh seasonal ingredients and zesty, grilled dishes to its new Summer Features menu, which includes Honey Chile Glazed Pork Chop, Avocado Toast Salad, the Impossible Durango Burger, Lemon Basil Grilled Scallops and Grilled Salmon BLT.

“These summertime menu items are a perfect blend of fresh ingredients and made-from-scratch classics,” says Firebirds Executive Chef Steve Sturm.

Available June 19­–July 30, the Summer Features menu includes:


  • Grilled Salmon BLT Served on toasted focaccia with lemon basil sauce, ripe summer tomato, applewood-smoked bacon and shredded lettuce; choice of side
  • Impossible Durango Burger Delicious patty made from plants that tastes like beef; chile spice, pepper jack cheese, pickles, fried onions, roasted garlic ranch dressing, brioche bun
  • Lemon Basil Grilled Salmon Sustainably raised salmon, orzo pasta tossed with garden tomatoes, summer squash, Parmesan butter and fresh herbs


  • Honey Chile Glazed Pork Chop Hormone-free and center cut, served with crispy sweet potato fries and blistered tomato relish
  • Lemon Basil Grilled Scallops Sustainably raised sea scallops, orzo pasta tossed with ripe tomatoes, summer squash, Parmesan butter and fresh herbs

Lunch and Dinner

  • Avocado Toast Salad Toasted sourdough and avocado, summer tomatoes, pickled red onions, cucumbers, cilantro and feta cheese in a citrus vinaigrette
  • Mexican Street Corn Wood grilled corn tossed with lime, chile and spices with Cotija cheese
  • Big Daddy Lemon Cake With fresh summer blueberries in blueberry sauce

“Along with our savory Summer Features, we also have delicious summer wines that pair nicely with the salmon, scallops and porkchops,” says Sturm. “And, of course, our refreshing seasonal cocktails are perfect for cooling off on a hot summer day.”

Firebirds will offer, through July 30, Sonoma Grown by Rodney Strong Vineyards. A selection of wines that don’t just reflect the uniqueness of their environment, they define it.  These include:

  • 2016 Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon: Dark cherry, plum and baking spices with a velvety lush finish
  • 2018 Rose of Pinot Noir: Fresh, vibrant aromas and flavors of strawberry, white peach and jasmine
  • 2017 Sonoma County Chardonnay: Green apple, baked pear, lemon citrus and toasty brioche aromas
  • 2015 Sonoma County Pinot Noir: Aromas of cherry and rose petals, with hints of toasty vanilla and spice

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