Food was good, but we weren’t as impressed as other reviewers. I’d call it sophisticated comfort food. First, my main complaint: no recognizable gin. Their bar list includes many craft liquors, but in every category except gin there are a couple recognizable brands. How about some Hendrick’s? or Bombay? I’m not trusting a martini to “Death’s Door” gin. The food features “small plates”, great for sharing, which the two of us did, but probably more fun with 4+. We started with the Bison Carpaccio ($10) which was very nice, moist and flavorful. Then Brussel Sprout Hash ($7) which included a medley of roasted veggies. Followed by Corny Crab Cakes ($12), which were only OK, and Lobster Corn Pudding ($6), which was excellent. We finished with the cheese board ($16) where we picked 3 cheeses: house made Burrata (good but not as tangy as the one at the Diva) , Smoked Provolone (excellent) and Pistachio crusted chevre (also very good). On the wines they offer a 6 or 8 oz pour, but oddly in many cases the larger pour is slightly more expensive per ounce, for example we had a Pouilly Fuisse ($10 for 6 oz but $14 for 8oz). The setting is an old laundry building and felt slightly austere to me. Service was competent, but wasn’t particularly helpful in describing the dishes.
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