Those of us, er, you, who think nothing of stealing restaurant menus for their grubby little harissa and olive oil-spattered scrapbooks best bring your big handbag to this new Mississippi Avenue bar and dinner den, where the placemat-sized cuisine crier offers up three large-font columns of signature cocktails, beers, “non beers”, and creatively seasonal small plates like roasted radishes with brown butter and beef cheeks with Orca beans. After dinner, hone in on the housemade frozen dessert delicacies—it’s hard to pass on the salted licorice ice cream or grapefruit tarragon sorbet.
Dinner was exciting enough, what with
its sophisticated cocktails and smoked bluefish pate and griddled trout, but now this sleek 'n slender Mississippi eatery dishes up Saturday and Sunday brunch--try the baked egg with kale & cotija cream and the herbed French toast.
This stylish 36-seat neighborhood
restaurant—which debuted in December 2012, specializing in seasonal small plates and original cocktails—launched weekend brunch service recently, offering Scandinavian specialties alongside American breakfast staples.