Mercy Tavern’s lunch and dinner menus are updated for the Fall and Winter seasons!
Mercy Tavern Fall/Winter Cocktail List – $11 ea.
- Hysterical Sidecar – Hysterical Water, Cointreau, Lemon Juice, Honey
- The Patriot – Great King Scotch Whiskey, Muddled Apple, Vanilla, Honey
- Apple Cider Hot Toddy – Booty Spiced Rum, Chamomile Maple Syrup, Lemon Juice, Ginger Puree, Hot Brooksby Farm Apple Cider
- Mercy Punch – Macchu Pisco Brandy, Pineapple Juice, Lemon Juice, Malbec Float
- The Original Old Fashion – Four Roses Small Batch Bourbon, Simple Syrup, Creole and Orange Bitters
- Hot & Dirty Martini – Tito’s Vodka, Piparras Juice, Olive Juice
- Wonderland – Plymouth Gin, Campari, St. Elder, Lemon, Simple, Prosecco Float
- Down and Derby – Four Roses Bourbon, Foro Amaro, Cointreau, Lime, Cherry Juice, Bitters
- Red Sangria – Merlot, Brandy, Pomegranate Juice, Strawberry Puree, Orange Juice,
- Notch Pilsner (MA | 4.0) – 6
- Ipswich Route101 IPA (MA | 5.4) – 6
- Slumbrew Porter Square Porter (MA | 6.5) – 6
- Lord Hobo Boom Sauce (MA | 7.8) – 7.5
- Notch Infinite Jest Wheat Ale (MA | 4.3) – 6
- Bentwater Thunderfunk (MA | 7.3) – 6
- Mighty Squirrel IPA (MA | 7.2) – 6
- Rogue Dead Guy (OR | 6.8) – 6
- PBR (CA | 4.75) – 3
- Guinness (Ireland | 4.2) – 6
- Far From The Tree Old Mercy Cider (MA | 8) – 7
- Bud Light ~ 4
- Miller Lite ~ 4
- Budweiser ~ 4
- Dogfish Head SeaQuench Sour 6
- Troegs HopKnife – 6
- Sam Adams Octoberfest – 6
- Smuttynose Old Brown Dog – 6
- Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale – 6
- Narragansett – 3
- Bantam Buzzwig Cider – 7
- Douglass Hill Chardonnay – 7
- Douglass Hill Pinot Grigio – 7
- Kunde Sauvignon Blanc – 8
- Coppola Chardonnay – 9
- Schlink Haus Riesling – 9
- Villa De Anges Rose – 9
- Douglass Hill Cabernet (house) – 7
- Douglass Hill Merlot (house) – 7
- Federalist Cabernet – 10
- Sterling Pinot – 11
- Belleruche Cotes de Rhone – 10
- Ruta 22 Malbec – 10
- Villa Medoro Montepulciano – 11
These are the Mercy Tavern Dinner Specials for Fall/Winter!
- Monday Night – Slow roasted open face turkey sandwich, mashed sweet potatoes and Apple
dressing – 15
- Tuesday Night – Classic Beef Stroganoff with button mushrooms, egg noodles and crème fraiche – 18
- Wednesday Night – Spinach Lasagna with Wolfs Hollow ricotta and basil cream – 17
- Thursday Night – Lynette’s rich and creamy braised Chicken with sour cream and herb dumplings –
- Friday Night – All day Yankee Pot Roast with local carrots, baby turnips, pearl onions and Butchers
Potatoes – 20
- Saturday Night – Pork and Duck Cassoulet with duck confit, bacon lardons, with white beans and
duck fat crumbs – 20
- Sunday Night – “No need to over think” Sloppy Joes with our garlic frites – 15
The Mercy Menu is essentially a gastropub style menu that will emphasize international and New England comfort food. Our menu ingredients will be locally sourced and sustainably produced. For the absolute most up-to-date food and drink options, please see our printable menus: Mercy Takeout / Mercy Lunch / Mercy Dinner / Mercy Drinks.
Salem Children’s Charity
Since 1994, the Salem Children’s Charity has raised money for Salem students through its annual Christmas ornament sale, Mahi Mahi Harbor Cruise and a Christmas Fundraiser held at Victoria Station. And, just like in the beginning, 100% of proceeds continue to be distributed directly to Salem children for things such as eyeglasses, enrichment programs, and food. There is no bureaucracy with this organization and the specific needs of students are met immediately upon learning of them.
North Shore Community Development Coalition
North Shore Community Development Coalition carries forward 40 years of collective experience and successful community investment on the North Shore, having reorganized as a regional community development organization in 2011.
Together, our neighborhood revitalization model has transformed long-neglected communities into safe, vibrant neighborhoods.
As the leading community development organization serving this area, North Shore CDC is able to bring our neighborhood development model into communities throughout our region. Focusing on low-income and distressed neighborhoods in need of development, North Shore CDC invests strategically in real estate, in community and civic engagement and in quality, neighborhood-based programming in order to bring opportunity to low-income residents and improve quality of life in Salem, Gloucester, Peabody and Beverly.
A percentage of everything you purchase at Mercy Tavern goes directly to the organizations we support every month. The day we can no longer give to the community is the day we shut our doors.
Please come in and support these wonderful organizations!
Our Address: 148 Derby St., Salem, MA
Two large parking lots are within 2-5 minutes on foot!!!
- City Parking Garage – corner of Congress St. and Derby St.
(requires payment, but is inexpensive)
- Ferry Landing Parking – Blaney St. and Derby St., where the Salem Ferry comes in (free parking)
Other Parking Options
- Meter Parking at Pickering Wharf
- Street Parking on Derby St. and Essex St., and around the Salem Common
- 15 minute walk from the Salem Train Station
- (Newburyport and Rockport lines stop in Salem)
- Brioche French Toast, rhubarb and blueberry compote and Crème Chantilly – 10
- Nutella and banana stuffed French toast with toasted marshmallow Fluff! – 11
- Let’s get a bit funky…English muffin, roasted tomatoes, sautéed spinach and Fontina béchamel – 12
- Not crazy enough, try this… Grilled sourdough bread, roasted onions, bordelaise with mushrooms and ham – 13
- Potato and Chive Perogies, with fried eggs, sour cream, and caramelized onions 13
- Chilaquiles with spicy tomato poached eggs, salsa verde, avocado, sour cream, cotija cheese, and black beans and soft flour tortilla 12
From “A New Era for In a Pig’s Eye” by William J. Dowd.
After a four-month renovation, In a Pig’s Eye, 148 Derby St. in Salem, reopened as Mercy Tavern on April 7 to much fanfare after a pair of back-to-back soft openings.
On the tavern’s first day, the bar hosted its popular 4-7 p.m. Friday blues jam session. The place was at capacity with a line out the door shortly after 4 p.m.
“I’ve always loved this space and have been coming here for 20 years,” said the establishment’s new owner, Patrick Schultz, in a mid-morning interview Monday. “It’s the right size for me, and I’ve always wanted to run a neighborhood bar.”
No “hello my name is” shirt sticker necessary for this bold fellow!
Today Mercy Tavern would like to introduce you to our Cumin rubbed beef carpaccio with chimichurri, red onion, Fresno chile, and olive oil! Have fun you two! OH MY!