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BUFFALO WINGS Served with celery and Bleu Cheese or Ranch Dressing and you choice:
Plain, Hot, Lemon Pepper or BBQ. 7 Wings 8.99 14 Wings 14.99 20 Wings 18.99

HOMEMADE SALSA with tortilla chips. 4.99

HOMEMADE QUESO with tortilla chips & homemade salsa. 6.99

HOMEMADE QUESO & GUACAMOLE with tortilla chips & homemade salsa. 8.99

DELUXE NACHOS Tortilla Chips smothered with queso, pico de gallo, sour cream, guacamole, jalapeños and grilled chicken fajitas. 11.99

CHICKEN TENDER SNACK Lightly battered chicken tenders served with golden fries and pepper cream gravy or Honey Mustard. 10.99

FROG FRIESA Campus Favorite! Seasoned golden fries covered with shredded, melted Cheddar cheese and bacon in a bed of brown gravy. Enjoy with our homemade Ranch dressing. (Jalapeños served on request) 9.99

FRIED GREEN BEANS Not your typical green beans! Served with homemade Ranch amd Wasabi Ranch dressing. 9.99

FRIED PICKLES with homemade Ranch dressing 8.99

SPINACH ARTICHOKE DIP Fresh spinach and artichoke hearts in Parmesan cream sauce served with Crostini Toast. 10.99

DRESSING CHOICES:Signature House Vinaigrette, Honey Mustard, Paris, Homemade Buttermilk Ranch, Creamy Balsamic Vinaigrette, Homemade Bleu Cheese, Wasabi Ranch.

Salads served with Crostini Toast.

Add Grilled Chicken Breast 3.59
Extra Dressing .79 each

GREEK Traditional Greek salad with Romaine lettuce, cucumbers, tomato wedges, bell peppers, red onions, Feta cheese and Kalamata olives. Served with Signature House Vinaigrette. 9.99

GARDEN HOUSE With fresh vegetables including shredded carrots, red cabbage, cucumbers, tomatoes, bell peppers, homemade croutons and shredded cheese. 8.99 Topped with Angus Beef patty 11.99

TEXAS CAESAR A Texas twist on the traditional Caesar! Your basic Caesar with Romaine lettuce, Parmesan cheese and homemade croutons. Red bell peppers, sweet corn, sundried tomatoes, cilantro and black beans for that Texas Accent. 10.99
With grilled chicken breast or chicken tenders 13.99

THE WEDGE I ceberg wedge with Applewood smoked bacon, brandy soaked cranberries, Bleu cheese crumbles and homemade Buttermilk Ranch dressing. 9.99

CHICKEN SALAD SALAD Delicious homemade chicken salad served on a bed of greens. Made with chicken breast, red onions, grapes, celery, dill, basil, mayonnaise and walnuts. 10.99

SHAW’S SPINACH SALAD Baby spinach, toasted almonds, shredded Provolone cheese and fresh sliced button mushrooms. Served with a creamy Parisian dressing. 10.99

DELUXE CHICKEN Large tossed green salad with diced egg, cucumbers, tomatoes, toasted slivered almonds and homemade croutons. Topped with your choice of a marinated grilled chicken breast or lightly battered chicken tenders. 13.99

Our burgers are made with FRESH, lean Angus Beef and served on a grilled bun with a choice of golden fries, homemade potato chips, baked beans or coleslaw.

ADD a cup of soup, side garden, side spinach or side Greek salad for only 2.99
SUBSTITUTE onion rings or sweet potato fries 1.99
EXTRA DRESSING .79 each
SUBSTITUTE Chipotle Black Bean patty or Turkey patty on any burger add 1.00

OLD FASHIONED Lettuce, tomatoes, pickles and onions. 9.99 (with Cheddar cheese 10.79)

THE BIG TEX Lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions, Applewood smoked bacon, Cheddar cheese, fresh grilled jalapeños and a fried egg. 12.99

ABERNATHY Old is new again! Plain & simple. Our Angus beef topped ONLY with Provolone cheese and served on a wheat bun. 10.59

MUSHROOM SWISS Swiss cheese and sautéed mushrooms. 10.59

THETA Cattleman’s BBQ sauce, mayonnaise, pickles and Cheddar cheese. 9.99

BLACK & BLEU Blackened Angus patty, red onions and Bleu cheese crumbles. 10.59

CHILI CHEESE Topped with chili, onions and shredded Cheddar cheese. 10.99

BISON Lettuce, tomatoes, Cabernet grilled onions, Wisconsin Cheddar cheese and Bleu cheese mayonnaise. 11.99

MEAN GREEN Mozzarella cheese, spinach, arugula and Parsley Basil Aioli. 10.99

GREEK Feta cheese, grilled red onions, oregano, lettuce, tomatoes and Tzatziki on the side. 10.79

BACON CHEDDAR Topped with lettuce, tomatoes, Applewood smoked bacon, Cheddar cheese, Balsamic onions and Chipotle ketchup. 10.99

GUACAMOLE BACON Topped with lettuce, tomatoes, fresh homemade guacamole, Applewood smoked bacon and Cheddar cheese. 11.99

THE SHAWsauge Angus burger topped with spicy Andouille sausage, grilled onions, Mozzarella cheese and sundried tomatoes…Not your standard burger! 10.99

TURKEY COBB Seasoned turkey patty with bacon, Romaine lettuce, tomatoes, avocados, and topped with Bleu cheese crumbles and our special Cobb dressing. 10.99

PORTOBELLO This meatless burger is a sautéed Portobello mushroom topped with pesto, roasted red bell peppers and Provolone cheese. 9.99

3-ALARM Charred Habanero, Serrano and Jalapeño peppers with melted Monterey Jack cheese, Chipotle mayonnaise, lettuce and tomatoes. 10.99

THE BIG CHEESY Cheddar, Monterey Jack and Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles and onions. 10.99

TEX-MEX Topped with chorizo, Monterey Jack, lettuce, tomatoes, onions and charred jalapeños. 10.99

MEMPHIS Topped with coleslaw, Cheddar cheese, Cattleman’s BBQ sauce and pickles. 10.99

COWTOWN Cheddar cheese, Cattleman’s BBQ sauce, bacon and topped with fried shoestring onions. 10.99

BILLY GOAT Angus patty topped with Goat cheese, sautéed mushrooms, lettuce & marinated tomatoes. 10.99

EXTRAS

Basket of Potato Chips – homemade with Idaho potatoes 3.99
Basket of Double Dipped Onion Rings 5.99
Basket of Sweet Potato Fries 6.99
Homemade Baked Beans 2.99
Cole Slaw – made FRESH daily 2.99
Extra Dressing .79

Platters* served with golden fries or mashed potatoes, sautéed vegetable medley and Texas toast. Add a cup of soup, side garden, side spinach or side Greek salad for only $2.99

* CHICKEN TENDER PLATTER Crispy chicken tenders served with a side of pepper cream gravy. 13.99

* PORK CHOP PLATTER* Seasoned, marinated and grilled to perfection. 14.99

* CHICKEN FRIED CHICKEN PLATTER* Lightly breaded, pan-fried chicken breast topped with pepper cream gravy. 13.99

* CHICKEN FRIED STEAK PLATTER* Lightly breaded choice beef cutlet, pan-fried topped with pepper cream gravy. 13.99

TX CHICKEN FAJITA QUESADILLA Lightly grilled flour tortilla, stuffed with fajita seasoned grilled chicken breast, aged Cheddar and Mozzarella cheese. Served with sour cream and homemade salsa. 11.99 Add a side of guacamole. 1.99

Every Day CHICKEN TORTILLA SOUP Our homemade chicken tortilla is slow simmered with a special blend of seasonings and spices. Chunks of chicken breast with slices of fresh avocados, tortilla chips and Cheddar cheese top it off. Bowl 5.49 Cup 4.49

SOUP OF THE DAY Ask your server for today’s selection! Bowl 4.99 Cup 3.99

HOMEMADE CHILI Enjoy our delicious homemade chili. Topped with Cheddar cheese. Onions available on request. Bowl 5.99 Cup 4.99

THE COMBO Served with homemade potato chips. Select 2 items from below 10.99. Choose 3rd item add 3.99.

  • 1/2 Panini or 1/2 Chicken Salad Sandwich
  • Small Salad: Garden, Spinach or Greek
  • Cup of Soup (Cup of chili – add 1.00)

Sandwiches served with a pickle spear and golden fries, homemade potato chips, baked beans or coleslaw. Add a cup of soup, side garden, side spinach or side Greek salad for only $2.99. Substitute onion rings or sweet potato fries $1.99.

CHICKEN SALAD Our own special recipe made with chicken breast, red onions, grapes, celery, dill, basil, mayonnaise and walnuts. Served on multi-grain bread. 9.99

AMERICAN GRILLED CHEESEA Favorite Classic! American cheese grilled to perfection. 8.99. With Applewood smoked bacon or ham 9.99

TEXAS GRILLED CHEESE Adult version of the kid classic! Creamy Brie cheese, Applewood smoked bacon or ham and thin tomato slices. Served on Texas toast. 10.99

THE BIRD Marinated and grilled chicken breast with lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, Applewood smoked bacon, fresh avocados, basil mayonnaise and Provolone cheese. 9.99

CHICKEN FRIED STEAK SANDWICH with lettuce, tomatoes and mayonnaise. Served on a grilled bun. 10.99

CHICKEN FRIED CHICKEN SANDWICH with lettuce, tomatoes and mayonnaise. Served on a grilled bun. 10.99

TX TURKEY REUBEN Smoked turkey, cole slaw, Provolone cheese with 1000 Island on wheat toast. 10.99

CALIFORNIA BLTThe classic sandwich! Applewood smoked bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich with fresh avocado slices on wheat toast. 10.99

SHAW’S CLUB Triple Decker on wheat toast with Applewood smoked bacon, smoked turkey, Provolone cheese, spinach, tomatoes and mayonnaise. 11.99

TURKEY & HAVARTI PANINI with Parsley Basil Aioli on Panera’s fresh bread. 9.99

HAM & SWISS PANINI with caramelized onions on Panera’s fresh bread. 10.59

GRILLED CHEDDAR, TOMATO & BACON PANINI with Cheddar, sliced tomatoes and Applewood smoked bacon on Panera’s fresh bread. 10.59

VEGGIE LOVERS PANINI Eggplant, zucchini, yellow squash, red bell peppers, Mozzarella cheese and Olive Tapenade on Panera’s fresh bread. 9.99

ROASTED PORTOBELLO PANINI Marinated Portobello mushroom, Goat cheese, baby spinach and red bell peppers on Panera’s fresh bread. 9.99

HAMBURGER CLUB Triple Decker on wheat toast with an Angus patty, Applewood smoked bacon, Provolone cheese, lettuce, tomatoes and Thousand Island dressing. 11.99

PATTY MELT Topped with grilled sautéed onions, Provolone cheese and served on Texas toast. 10.99

All beef quarter pound hot dog served on a grilled bun. Choice of golden fries, homemade potato chips, baked beans or coleslaw.
SUBSTITUTE onions rings or sweet potato fries $1.99
ADD a cup of soup, side garden, side spinach or side Greek salad for only $2.99

CHILI CHEESE DOG Topped with Cheddar cheese, chili and onions. 9.99

HOT DIGGIDY DOG Topped with charred Habanera, Serrano and Jalapeno peppers, Chipotle ketchup, Cheddar cheese and onions. 9.99

THE BIG BACON Topped with Applewood smoked bacon, grilled onions, fresh guacamole, shredded Cheddar cheese and served with a side of sour cream 10.59

THE BIG BBQ Topped with Applewood sliced bacon, grilled onions, Cattleman’s BBQ sauce and shredded Cheddar cheese. 10.59

THE SHAWsauge DOG Spicy Andouille sausage, grilled onions, Mozzarella cheese and sundried tomatoes. 9.99

CHICAGO STYLE DOG Yellow Mustard, sweet relish, onions, tomato wedges, pickles & banana peppers. 8.99

THE TEXAN Texas sausage filled with Jalapeno peppers and Cheddar cheese topped with grilled onions, Pico de Gallo and more shredded Cheddar. 10.99

FOUNTAIN DRINKS PLUS free refills w/FDP
Coke • Diet Coke • Coke Zero • Sprite • Dr. Pepper • Lemonade • Coffee • Tea • Sweet Tea

DRAFT ROOT BEER1 free refill
Ice cold Abita Root Beer served in a frozen mug.

BOTTLED SOFT DRINKS
Frostie Root Beer • Frostie Diet Root Beer • IBC Root Beer • IBC Diet Root Beer • Hank’s Root Beer • Stewart’s Root Beer • Boylan’s Root Beer • Mexican Coke • Mexican Orange Fanta

MILK SHAKES & MALTS
Our shakes and malts are handspun with Blue Bell Ice Cream and topped with whipped cream and a cherry. The very best in town! 5.49

We guarantee our food, beverages and service. If you are not pleased in every way, please insist on seeing the manager immediately.

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August 18, 2016 at 4:05 pm

Judge Walter Lanier graduated from Nicholls State University in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree in General Business with a concentration in Pre-Law. Walter spent his first two years at Louisiana State University. He then transferred to Nicholls. He noted being shocked that at his first day at Nicholls his professor addressed him by name. At Nicholls he remembered being treated like an individual and having professors who wanted to give their students the tools to be successful in their future careers. After his first semester at Nicholls, his dad gave him the option to go back to LSU. Walter chose to stay at Nicholls and make a name for himself. At Nicholls he was involved in intramurals, a leader in Kappa Alpha Fraternity and he met his wife, Natalie. Walter would advise current students to make the most of their time in college. He said, “If you can maintain your grades, make new friends and get involved, you will truly have a great college experience. I made so many great memories at Nicholls and it is great to catch up with old friends. We are still talking about those good times today.” Walter is currently the Lafourche Parish Drug Court Judge and District Judge-17th Judicial District Court, Division C. After graduating from Nicholls in 1990, Walter returned to LSU and graduated from LSU Law School. He then worked in the family firm and became an Assistant District Attorney, revealing the….

April 25, 2016 at 4:17 pm

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT Marshall Crooks, ‘94 Christie Crooks, ’92 and ‘03 Marshall Crooks graduated from Nicholls with a bachelor’s in General Studies in 1994. Christie Crooks also graduated from Nicholls with a bachelor’s in General Studies in 1992, and she later received her master’s in Educational Leadership in 2003. While Marshall, native of Reno, chose Nicholls for his education because he was recruited to play baseball for Nicholls, Christie chose Nicholls to be close to home. They both have made many great relationships during their time at Nicholls, including their own. Marshall said, “I didn’t realize until after I was here that Nicholls was perfect for me. The smaller classes and personal attention by instructors was a plus for my success.” He said that teachers in the education department and the years of playing baseball prepared him as a teacher and coach. Christie’s time at Nicholls included being a member of Delta Zeta, which taught her about philanthropic causes, and giving. She said, “It helped me evolve as a strong leader that I am in my career.” Marshall is certified in Physical Education and Social Studies, and he also has added Adaptive Physical Education to his credentials since his son has been diagnosed with Autism. He helps students to improve gross motor skills, and he is able to carry over this knowledge with his team for their Strike Out Autism campaign. He is also a football and baseball coach at St.….

February 29, 2016 at 10:01 am

Check out the new Alumni Federation Board who will take office on July 1, 2016.

February 24, 2016 at 11:15 am

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT Wendy Roussel, ‘90 Wendy Roussel is a 1990 Nicholls State University graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Education with certification in Health and Physical Education and a minor in Biology. While Nicholls was not her top choice after high school graduation, she knew she was at home being part of the Nicholls family. Roussel enjoyed being involved at Nicholls, including being a student worker. She also participated in intramural sports and played on the girl’s basketball team. Her favorite memories are Crawfish Day, Colonel football, and the concerts hosted by Nicholls. She said, “Even though I was excited to graduate, I was sad to leave because Nicholls was my home for years, and everyone felt like family.” Roussel said that her Nicholls coursework prepared her for her responsibilities as a teacher. Her education professors demanded her best work for lesson plans and projects. Roussel greatly enjoyed her time student teaching, and said, “I had a wonderful mentor teacher, who has helped me tremendously and made sure I was ready to become a teacher.” As a member of the Physical Education Major’s club (PEM), she supported the other physical education students, attended conventions, and competed in competitions. The PEM club prepared her for her career because she said, “We learned about quality education in schools.” Roussel has now been teaching and coaching for 26 years. Currently she teaches at Thibodaux High School. She has coached track, basketball, volleyball, and….

January 25, 2016 at 4:04 pm

Chris Portier, ‘77 Chris Portier, a native of Chauvin, Louisiana, graduated from Nicholls State University in 1977 with a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. After graduation, Portier went on to receive his master’s (1979) and doctorate (1981) in Biostatistics from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. For his undergraduate studies, Nicholls chose Portier rather than Portier choosing the university. After receiving an exceptional ACT score in the spring of his junior year of high school, he had the opportunity to bypass his senior year and start college courses. While most colleges stopped admitting for the fall by that time, Dr. Larry Haw of the Nicholls Math Department showed a great interest in Portier. When describing his time at Nicholls, he said “I liked the small classes where questions were strongly encouraged, and I liked the fact that all of my teachers had PhDs.” His experience in the program provided great preparation for graduate school. In his professional career, Portier is skilled in the design, analysis, and interpretation of environmental health data with a focus on cancer, which includes research in molecular biology, risk assessment, biostatistics, bioinformatics, epidemiology, development, genetically modified foods, genomics, climate change, EMF, and health economics. He has contributed to the development of cancer risk assessment guidelines for national and international governments and agencies. Among the many committees, agencies, and organizations he has served on are the US National Academy of Sciences, the US Environmental Protection Agency, and the….

January 25, 2016 at 3:51 pm

Ryan McNeil, ‘04 Daniel Dreher, ‘06 Ryan McNeil graduated from Nicholls in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Finance. Chef Daniel Dreher graduated from Nicholls in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in Culinary Arts. After being best friends in college and sharing a passion for high integrity food, they now own and operate Fresh Kitchen in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, which has been open for a little over a year. McNeil and Dreher knew they wanted to own a business, but they first thought of Fresh Kitchen when they saw Snap Kitchen in Austin, Texas. They said, “Our business is founded on the principle of providing a better alternative to traditional fast foods by offering healthfully prepared meals to go.” They handle both the food and business aspects of their company. Chef Dan and the rest of the Fresh Kitchen team prepare meals for the commissary kitchen. They said, “We may go from cutting veggies and washing dishes to handling accounting and payroll all in one day.” In addition to the kitchen, they also sell their meals out of two retail locations in Baton Rouge. McNeil said his time at Nicholls was about learning from great professors and making new friends. During his time at Nicholls, he said, “I fell in love with Thibodaux and south Louisiana.” McNeil knew Nicholls was the school for him because it offered a well-rounded curriculum with a combination of Culinary Arts, his….

November 17, 2015 at 12:42 pm

Simone Maloz, Executive Director of Restore or Retreat, graduated from Nicholls State University in May 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in mass communication. She also had the honor of being named Outstanding Public Relations graduate. Maloz recounts her time at Nicholls as a wonderful college experience. She added, “In many ways, I’m sorry it was so short! I was involved in a few activities on campus, including KNSU, and would encourage everyone to make the most of this time in their lives.” Initially, Maloz went to a large out of state school, but soon realized that she wanted to be in a place where professors knew her name and cared about her progress. Attending Nicholls allowed Maloz to work while she was in school, and those years were hugely impactful to her personal and professional relationships that she still maintains today. She said, “I am fortunate to work with another Nicholls alum, and here on campus, so in some ways, I never left Nicholls, or really, it never left me. Finally, what I am doing now, really can’t be done anywhere else—and Nicholls is an integral part of what I do and why I do it.” For ten years, Maloz has worked as the Executive Director of Restore or Retreat, a regional coastal non-profit that was created to put large-scale coastal restoration projects on the ground in the Barataria and Terrebonne Basins. To explain her job, Maloz said, “During any….

October 28, 2015 at 9:59 am

On November 21, 2014, Tim Rebowe was named the tenth head football coach for Nicholls State University. Prior to landing his current position at Nicholls, Rebowe coached at Louisiana-Lafayette for 11 seasons and spent six seasons as an assistant coach for Nicholls. During his time at Louisiana-Lafayette, Rebowe coached under head coach Mark Hudspeth and helped the team secure four consecutive New Orleans Bowl victories. In a recent interview for The Colonel he said, “Mark was a big inspiration, but I can’t be Mark here at Nicholls. I have to be Tim Rebowe. What I can do is take some things I liked from other coaches and take some things I didn’t like and fit them into my coaching personality. Success is about us as coaches getting our guys to trust us and believe in us and leave it on the field for us. This formula can work anywhere if it’s executed properly.” Since his arrival, Rebowe has put those words into action by creating and applying messages like “all in” and “renew.” In the same interview, he lays out the groundwork for “all in” by saying, “We refer to it as ‘the code,’ and our players know it. It’s a set of core values that we try to live by. It’s for everyday life, not just on the football field. I truly believe it will help these guys even when they’ve moved on from here.” Being “all in” is….

September 28, 2015 at 10:21 am

Dr. Demetrius J. Porche is the Dean at the Louisiana State University School of Nursing in New Orleans. Along with that, Dr. Porche is certified as a Clinical Specialist in Community Health Nursing and as a Family Nurse Practitioner, and he is also the Founder and Chief Editor of American Journal of Men’s Health. Even as the Dean, Dr. Porche is still teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level in the School of Nursing. Dr. Porche graduated from Nicholls State University in 1987 with bachelor’s degree in science in nursing. He credits his time at Nicholls for providing him with the foundation for everything that he’s done in his career. He said, “It prepared me for the leadership that I’ve been able to assume, and without Nicholls, I’m not sure what type of access to higher education I would have had.” Due to his French heritage, Dr. Porche developed a liking to studying French. At the time, Nicholls had a summer humanities study abroad program that drew Dr. Porche in during the summer between graduating high school and starting college. This was one of the key factors that ultimately led to him choosing Nicholls for his college studies. Furthermore, Nicholls provided him with a smaller university and the personal touch. In talking about his time at Nicholls and the education he received, Dr. Porche mentioned that the faculty were excellent mentors. He said, “The program I was in was a….

August 31, 2015 at 8:55 am

Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, LLP recently announced that Nicholls alumnus B. Troy Villa, was named to the 2016 Edition of Best Lawyers, considered the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession. President and Co-Founder of Best Lawyers Steven Naifeh said,“Best Lawyers is the most effective tool in identifying critical legal expertise. Inclusion on this list shows that an attorney is respected by his or her peers for professional success.” B. Troy Villa graduated from Nicholls State University in 1986 with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing. He said that he lived through two time periods at Nicholls, with the first being directly out of high school for his first year of college in the Fall of 1979, and the second coming in 1984 after a string of changes in his life. Villa said, “As a true college freshman, my time at Nicholls was probably not dissimilar to others in that position – my first true non-high school experience in an independent, self-responsible, diverse environment. No one was around to hold my hand through registration or telling me when to go to class, how much to study, what to wear, what to eat or what NOT to drink. It was GREAT! The classes were challenging, and I enjoyed the advanced level of learning, but I am positive that I was not mature enough to really appreciate the full benefits that Nicholls offered.” Like his freshman year, Villa’s second period….

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