The special menu included a “Remember-tini” cocktail.   (Getty Images/Roxiller)

A country club in Virginia has apologized for what critics called a stunningly insensitive commemoration of the 9/11 attacks—a special September 11 menu that included dishes like the First Responder Flatbread, 9/11 Oysters, and the 2977 Chowder, an apparent reference to the number of people killed in the attacks. The Clubhouse at Aquia Harbour’s menu offered a Never Forget Sampler, which included the Freedom Flounder, Flight 93 Redirect Crab Dip, Pentagon Pie, and the Remember-tini cocktail, WJLA reports.