Your evening may involve multiple floors. The first thing you see when you walk in is a bar with a sculpture made from 4,000 wine glasses. Hang out. Have some braised-pork-stuffed pork tots. You’ll soon be whisked via elevator to a bustling, open dining room. Later, plan to head down to the cellar for a nightcap.
Oh, yeah. Pork tots are now a thing. So is chicken poutine pizza. And that’s just the bar menu. There’s a 36-ounce rib eye and tagliatelle with chicken cracklins waiting upstairs. Yes, chicken cracklins are also now a thing.
They’ve got lots of wine. There are 20 selections by the glass, 45o by the bottle. When you order a bottle, you can watch as a glass elevator moves it from the cellar to the dining room—sort of like Willy Wonka with pinot.
You won’t look at bottle service the same way again. The basement is a sexy little hideaway. You and your date will hold forth in a snug corner booth over glasses of port and magnums of wine. But the label will not glow in the dark. You will not get a sparkler. But you will get a wine glass.
They have plenty.