Posted on: February 12th, 2017 by Jen Cornell No Comments
Thanks to your rave reviews, we’re an OpenTable Diners’ Choice Award winner. We love reading your feedback, and knowing that you’ve enjoying your dining experience with you. Reviews are important — they help us know what we’re doing right and where we can improve.
Posted on: February 7th, 2017 by Jen Cornell No Comments
One of the benefits to having experts guide our wine team is that we are able to bring you the best wines on the market. Take, for example, the 2009 Poggio Antico Altero Brunello di Montalcino DOCG from Italy. This older vintage wine is hard to come by anywhere else, but we’ve got it on our menu!
This amazing gem was given 93 points by Wine Spectator, 92 points by James Suckling, and 91 points by Wine Advocate. Experts agree that this wine is not-to-be-missed. You wont be disappointed asking for it next time you’re in the restaurant!
One of our favorite winter events, Restaurant Week, is January 15 – 20. It’s the perfect time to treat yourself to a place you’ve never tried, or to enjoy amazing dishes at a value from your most beloved restaurants.
Chef Adam created a three-course, $28 per person menu for Restaurant Week. It features a vegan option each course, and some of our favorite dishes:
Fennel & Farro
Pork Belly Wontons
Chicken & Waffles
Almond Joy pot de creme
Reservations are booking fast. Call today to make yours!
Posted on: November 28th, 2016 by Jen Cornell No Comments
‘Tis the season of entertaining! Many of us enjoy holiday celebrations out on the town around this time of year, and many of us are intimidated when it comes to ordering wine to share with the table. Our very own John Jonna explains the basics in our latest “At the Bar” vlog. Watch and learn all you need to know to order wine while dining out, like a pro!
Posted on: October 14th, 2016 by Jen Cornell No Comments
One of the most fun elements of our upcoming Black Wine Night events, offered on October 19 and October 26, is the blind wine tasting. Each of the dinner’s five courses is served with a specially-chosen wine… poured in a black glass from a bottle whose label is concealed by a black cloth. Throughout the meal, attendees will be encouraged to guess which wine they’re tasting; wines will be revealed at the end of the night.
Guessing the right wines can be made a little easier by understanding varietals, a concept that can be intimidating but really just means understanding that where grapes are grown impacts a wine’s texture and taste. We love this handy online resource for learning more about varietals as well as which wines pair well with specific foods and other wine info.
Want to test your blind tasting accuracy before Black Wine Night? Check out the exams that Master Sommeliers have to pass to be certified by the Court of Master Sommeliers. There are two exams: One for whites and one for reds.
Posted on: August 26th, 2016 by Jen Cornell No Comments
We’re looking forward to pitting beer against wine at our sister restaurant, The Bird & The Bread, on September 22. Both beverages will be paired with Chef Adams’ food; you’ll enjoy a five-course meal, each course paired with a beer and a wine. Our experts will explain the strategy behind the pairing. At the end of the night, guests will vote for who they think is best.
Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 7 p.m.
Cost is $75 per person + tax and gratuity if purchased in advance.
Inspired by the fresh tastes of spring, Chef has created a new seasonal brunch and dinner menu. Highlights from the new menu include a morel and ramp flatbread, Michigan beet salad, rasher and speck benedict, chicken and waffles, and a fresh take on the classic burger. There’s something on our menu that’s sure to delight you! Check them out: Vinology Dinner Menu Spring 2016 (1) and Working Brunch Spring 2016 (1).