Just a reminder: We are undergoing minor renovations and will be closed Tuesday, September 2nd – Monday, September 8th. We will reopen for dinner service on Tuesday, September 9th.
This September, we are celebrating our 12th anniversary and 6th year under owner Nicolas Quinones’ leadership! To celebrate this momentous occasion, a special 7-course grand tasting menu created by executive chef Matthew Weinstein will be the main attraction, while other options will be available on the a la carte menu. The fête will be held on Saturday, September 20th and guests are invited to make reservations during regular service hours from 5:30pm -11pm. Menu items include:
beausoleil oyster. caviar. fine herb vinaigrette.
squash soup. chestnut.
cream soda. sorrel.
poached maine lobster salad. cashew romesco.
preserved celery. celery leaf. sherry.
crispy eggplant. pickled cherry tomatoes.
charred eggplant puree. shaved fenel.
potato custard. black truffle vinaigrette.
wood roasted pork belly. grilled apple. apple butter.
wheat berries. mustard greens. potato chip.
wood grilled cobia. roasted cauliflower. date puree.
beluga lentils. watercress.
wood grilled duck. duck confit.
pumkin hash. pumpkin puree. pumkin seeds.
sweet potato silk pie. maple marshmallow.
graham cracker crumble. toasted peanut ice cream.
We’d love to have you join us in celebrating 12 years! The 7-course chef’s tasting menu is $70 per person plus tax and gratuity.Vegetarian and pescatarian options are available. For reservations, please call 404.347.9055.
Summer brings a bountiful harvest of produce to market and a delightful variety to our tables.
Every Friday through September, we want to share with you the delicious abundance of food from our local farmer’s by offering $20 off our 5 and 7 course chef tasting menus.
- All Chef’s 5 course tasting menus $55 (reg $75)
- All Chef’s 7 course tasting menus $75 (reg $95)
Just mention ‘Summer Bounty’ when booking your reservation and we will set a table for you.
Thursday, June 26: Pink wines. Every year spring delivers a rush of the previous year`s Rose harvest. The rush is over, and Nicolas Quinones has sifted through much of the onslaught to present you eight of the wines he`llhave in his fridge all summer long. These wines will cover varied geography and geology, but all will be dry, refreshing and absolutely stimulating for red and white wine drinkers alike.
Thursday, July 31: The biodynamic difference. Biodynamic farmers encourage life in the soil and in the vineyard in an attempt to guide a cohesive, interconnected ecosystem. When natural agricultural balance is achieved, the resulting wines produce a refined and expressive sense of terroir. Eight organically farmed, vegan, low sulfite, soil driven wines will be poured and each of them will be singular in their taste of place.
Thursday, August 28: Summer Whites of the Loire: In the heat of summer, what better way to cool off than to enjoy a light, chilled glass of Vouvray on that swing on your front porch? The Loire Valley can offer so many ways to refresh from Muscadet on the Atlantic Ocean all the way to tropical and chalky Sancerre. The Loire River stretches 629 miles from the coast, reaching out toward Paris before turning south, irrigating a fertile valley that yields some of the most pleasurable and diverse white wines in the world.
Thursday, September 25: Gamay, the darling of Sommeliers everywhere. Beaujolais is the home of Gamay, and at their best, the various towns of the region can produce wines of remarkable character and age-worthiness. These wines possess vibrancy and balance while presenting depth and complexity. Beaujolais Nouveau will not be considered at this tasting, this is strictly for Village and Cru Beaujolais.
$20 per person. Reservations required. Reservations are available from 6-8pm on the day of the event.
Call 404-347-9055 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book today.