Renowned Chef Suzanne Goin, owner of restaurants Tavern and Lucques, has combined forces with sommelier Caroline Styne to create a winning feel-good Mediterranean menu in an intimate ambience.
Start by nibbling on the goodies from the hearty Cheese and Charcuterie board. For something more substantial, choose from a list of fresh and local favorites, including Duck Confit with black rice, pomegranate and walnuts, the Brioche with prosciutto, gruyere and egg, or the imaginative Autumn Peaches, burrata, cumin and almonds.
The tapas-style plates are complemented by an extensive regional and European wine list. Leave room for the decadently delicious chocolate peanut butter brownie with salted caramel. A choice spot is a stool at the Bar-- the perfect place to catch up with friends and cozy setting for a date.
Chef Don Dickman, a New Yorker with an impressive resume, hits the mark with this casual, seasonal farm-to-table restaurant. Passionate foodie locals and neighborhood hipsters flock to this cozy gem for the finest in wine, cheese and charcuterie. Settle in comfortably at the fairy-lit outdoor patio. The unpretentious atmosphere is custom-made for a romantic date or a relaxed evening with friends.
Dishes are served tapas style, meant to be shared. Concoct a Cheese and Charcuterie plate from an array of Mediterranean edibles including the creamiest Leonora goat’s cheese, the finest imported speck, lomo and coppa meats.
The European/Mediterranean favored menu includes crispy Pork Belly with mustard sauce, or the grilled Polenta with alba, shitake and oyster mushrooms & creamy gorgonzola fonduta. Farro Salad with asparagus, pepitas, feta & mint is a particular favorite. Those with a larger appetite can opt for the heavier dishes such as roast Lamb Loin Pistachio Persillade with yukon gold mashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts, and cauliflower hash drizzled with a red wine date sauce. Well-matched international wines are available, many offered by the glass.