New Desserts | February, 2019

By Jonathan Laurel February 5, 2019 Food

As we get into the groove of 2019, it’s time to introduce a low key program that will bring joy to your heart and your sweet tooth. Our pastry chef, Miriam Martinez Prisciliano, has debuted a new Dessert Menu and it is classic, playful, and exactly what you need. Miriam joined our team at the end of 2018 and immediately took the level of our bread and pastry to another plane. Her first task was… Read More

Charles Dickens’ Famous Smoking Bishop

By Jonathan Laurel February 1, 2019 Cocktails

cherry, plum, allspice, cinnamon, anise, orange ruby port, cabernet sauvignon, roasted orange & cinnamon cordial, picon Immortalized at the end of Charles Dickens’s beloved holiday story, A Christmas Carol, the Smoking Bishop is a mulled and spiced port wine punch popularized centuries ago. We roast whole, clove-studded oranges in the oven until their bursting point, juice them, then fortify the juice with sugar and spices to create a cordial. Picon adds a bittersweet fruitiness… Read More

Colonial America Pairing Dinner

By Jonathan Laurel January 31, 2019 Cocktails Events Food

Our first cocktail pairing dinner of 2019 will be on Thursday, February 14—yes, Valentine’s Day, though we’re welcoming couples and groups alike! We’ve been waiting since New Year’s Eve to tell you all about this dinner and we’re so excited to share it with you. The menu will further explore the theme of our current cocktail menu, Volume 4: Colonial America, with each dish and its cocktail pairing inspired by 18th century North American staples. Read More

Fatal Flying Guillotine

By Jonathan Laurel January 24, 2019 Cocktails

blackberry, cherry, chocolate, orange, clove ruby port, Kentucky bourbon whiskey, milk, cream, ramazzotti, grenadine, aquafaba, monk bitters, soda water The Fatal Flying Guillotine is a tongue-in-cheek homage to the Flip, a standard eighteenth century mixed drink which later batenders miniaturized into single servings. Our carbonated version relies on a combination of port wine, grenadine, and Ramazzotti to provide bittersweet fruit notes, while the whiskey lends it oak, tannin, and structure. We create a foamy,… Read More

Horn of Plenty

By Jonathan Laurel January 17, 2019 Cocktails

bartlette pear, apple, citrus, ginger, cinnamon Poire william eau-de-vie, apple shrub, picon, lemon, fall syrup, ginger ale Named after a cornucopia—a hollow, horn-shaped basket which contains an inexhaustible amount of fruits, flowers, and nuts—the horn of plenty is a primeval symbol of nourishment. Since it represents the autumn harvest, our own Horn of Plenty offers a similar abundance of fall flavors, including ripe Bartlett pears, baked apples, spices, lemon zest, and ginger. Read More