If you want to get yourself a homemade special, join us May 24th for our weekly Sunday Dinner. Smashed English Pea Toast with Mozzarella and Pickled Red Onion feels just like a jaybird, the way it fits into your hand. Potato Crusted Chilean Sea Bass is screeching for some Anchovy Roasted Carrots and Dandelion Greens. And you won’t want to be anywhere else to hear the call when your Cardamom Pound Cake with Creme Fraiche and Brandied Apricot arrives. Tip your hat to Michael at the bar, then give him your watch and rings and all.
Cesar makes such a fine Margarita that we decided to offer it at Happy Hour this week for just $5, starting May 18th. Happy Hour takes place from 5:30 to 7:00, Monday through Friday at the communal table and counter. In addition to the $5 Margarita we’ll also feature $5 wine selections, $3 beers and half off most of our small plates!
Upon completing a morning stroll I came upon my associate Chef James intently studying a pan filled with the most peculiar vegetables. “Whatever are you doing this time, Richardson?” I asked. He hushed me with a slight raise of his hand, index finger pointed to the ceiling, gaze focused on a beet, and then he spent the rest of the day playing the violin in solitude in our dry storage room. Come by and join us Sunday, May 17th for three singularly delicious courses. First, you’ll enjoy the result of the Chef’s sunrise investigation when we serve you his Sunday Morning Farmer’s Market Salad! Next, Pot Roasted Beef with Red Flannel Hash and Horseradish Crema is the truth that remains when you’ve eliminated the impossible. And a Buttermilk Panna Cotta with the best strawberries the season has to offer closes the case. Michael pretends to be Lestrade at the bar.
If you haven’t yet acquainted yourself with this entree, we recommend you do so very soon. Enjoy Local Yellowtail served in magnificent fashion over a bed of seared Tomatillo with a uniquely delicious Coconut-Corn Sauce, Lime and Chili Oil. It’s another feat of Chef James’ culinary wizardry available only at your neighborhood bistro.