The snow never materialized but a great meal ensued all the same. The best reason to eat here of course is the food, some of which is pictured below. The best way to eat here is by ordering their signature $39 Four-Course Tasting. This is an absolute no brainer as you have the full menu available from which to build your meal. Portions are a bit smaller than a la carte, but big enough even for my hearty appetite.
|St. Germain Cocktail
Sauvignon blanc, St. Germain liqueur, cava, orange twist
|Ahi tuna, roasted beets, nauc cham, sesame cracker spears
It is by no means fair that the best plate of the night was
my nearly my worst photo. If this is available, order it!
|Pan seared scallops, chana dal & wild rice pilaf,
glazed carrots, local pecan, béarnaise
|Crispy veal sweetbreads, sweet potato puree,
roasted celery root, foie gras butter
(Not so photogenic but very tasty)
|Somehow we ended up with three very good
dessert wines including a Maison Nicolas Sauternes, a
Disznoko Tokaji Aszu (Tokay), and a Chapoutier Banyuls
Late Harvest Grenache.
|The Goat Cheese Cheesecake is amazingly light
and rich at the same time.
|Warm Berry Crisp with Vanilla Ice Cream