I’ve been to Brewer’s Art a few times over the last couple of years and it’s always been good, now it’s excellent.
It’s still a pain to find parking (don’t use the bank lot next door, you will get towed), which means we drove around the surrounding blocks looking for on street parking, but the new menu is worth the hassle.
We started with two appetizers to share; the Curried Rabbit Pâté and the Seared Scallops. The Pâté was in the country style, so not overly rich and it’s made to be eaten with a fork, not spread on toast points. It was delicious. The scallops are served over a small portion of vichyssoise soup, which was absolutely heavenly. The scallops were seared perfectly, but do make sure they give you a spoon to eat all the soup.
We also had the Proletary Braised Domestic Lamb Shoulder and Grilled All Natural Veal Flank Steak, oh my goodness they were good. I really liked the Veal, but the braised lamb was to die for… I mean I’d get it again in a New York minute. It was melt in your mouth goodness with a wonderful reduction.
We were absolutely stuffed but once I saw Bread Pudding on the menu I had to have it… We shared the Pear-Ginger Bread Pudding and it was worth the calories.
I love the new menu and need to go back to try other apps and entrees.
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