Allow Chef James to transmogrify your evening into something magical using his culinary wizardry. Tonight, Monday, January 12th, The High Priest of Laundry Day will wield his powers to delight you with Winter Squash Risotto du Mer for just $12. To celebrate this convergence of flavors we’ll be opening bottles of Foxen Chenin Blanc to pour by the glass. Laundry Day brings the magic.
Allow us to cradle you this Sunday, January 11th with three courses that will make you feel cozy and at home for just $20. Shaved Brussels Sprouts, Bacon, Cheddar, Red Onion and Whole Grain Mustard Vinaigrette is a salad of serenity. Meatloaf with Smashed Root Vegetables, Pickled-Grilled Onion and Black Garlic Jus is better than flannel pajamas. Meyer Lemon Pound Cake for dessert delights you with its cheeriness. Speaking of cheery, Michael crafts cocktails that lighten your spirit and alleviate you of the burdens of the outside world.
We’re pouring through a new batch of our Barrel Aged Louisianne at the moment. If your lips have never had the joy of tasting a barrel aged cocktail, now is your chance! No idea what I’m talking about? Here’s the progression: 1. Procure an oak barrel of some sort, preferably from a Cooper (going down to the docks is another place to find them). 2. Mix up a big batch of your favorite cocktail. 3. Pour said cocktail into barrel and age for approximately six weeks. The result is a refined and more complex version of your new favorite-favorite cocktail. Come by and try it before the barrel runs dry.
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.