It’s time to start fresh with the first Laundry Day of the year. Cleanse your palate for life and begin the first complete week of 2015 at the bistro of possibility. Tonight, January 5th we’ll be serving Spicy Pork Meatballs and Polenta with Salad for just $12. Need a drink to kick off the year? The Oak barrel aged Louisianne is back in stock, and smoother than ever! Depicted left: Cauliflower, Beets, Kale and Quinoa from Sunday Dinner.
Start fresh January 4th with three courses that put you in the “beginner’s mind” for just $20. Like the year to come, Curry Roasted Cauliflower with Beets, Kale and Quinoa is a salad of possibilities. Pimento Cheese Grits with Roasted Tomatillo, Mushroom and Grilled Chicken removes your preconceived notions of Sunday evening dining. Your appetite will be open and eager when we serve you a Chocolate Pot de Creme for dessert. Michael might even mess up your cocktail on purpose so that he can start it over.
It’s your last chance to do the Laundry with us this year. Come by and cleanse tonight, Monday, January 29th. We’ll be capping off a year of great Laundry Day dinners Southern style with Chicken and Andouille Sausage Gumbo for $12. It’s not too early to start celebrating the New Year either! Cesar will be pouring drinks to get you in the spirit at the bar.
Get ready to crack open those glow sticks. We’ll be open normal business hours on Wednesday for New Year’s Eve (5:30 to 10:00). In keeping with our NYE tradition of not gouging you, we will have our normal, reliable food and cocktail menu and not some crazy expensive prix-fixe. If your idea of a nice New Year’s Eve is staying home and getting things organized for the year to come, we’ll have delivery available within a three mile radius until 9:30. If you want to join us before or after a movie, or on your way out to the dance hall, please come by, we’d love to see you.
Join us December 28th and fill the space between holidays with a festive Sunday Dinner. Persimmon, Fennel, Pomegranate and Wild Arugula with Curry Vinaigrette isn’t just a salad, it’s a holiday all its own. There will be no void in your appetite after you finish Chef James’ amazing Cider Braised Pork Shoulder with Escarole, Apple and Cavatelli. And Coconut Panna Cotta with Mango caps off the last Sunday Dinner of the year brilliantly. Michael fills the vacuum with amazing cocktails