I had read a review of the Revelry in City (I don't generally like to admit this stuff) and I honestly thought it was the most scrumptious dining review I had ever read. I of course realized I had to go there and find out for myself sometime. Since we eat regularly at Pomedoro, finding it wasn't difficult; figuring out which entrance belongs to which business is confusing as heck though -- there are three drives to turn in each about a foot apart!
I really thought the Revelry was going to be darkish inside. We were upstairs, and it wasn't. I'm not going to bore anyone with my faux attempts at exquisite food descriptions, because these things always wreak of elitism without real knowledge. The waiter ( a guy) was excellent plus. The beer list was a bit goofy. I'm not into the new craft brew thing where most of the beers taste like someone just dumped a garbage can full of hops into each bottle. I don't like weak, watery, timid brews that have been so much a part of the Amercan beer scene either. They had a great British ale (Boddingtons) on tap, but it turned up empty. So I settled for a German pilsner; I do know most of them, and hadn't heard of this one. It was too hoppy and bitter...really, the only down part of the dining experience. BTW, I got the catfish. It was great. The enhancements were great (those little food things on the side of the plate that you normally wouldn't eat). I'm sure the deserts were super also, but I don't do desert normally, because I don't like feeling bloated. I did get the beet deviled eggs though -- ummmm!! super delicious.