sourdough boule, whipped butter, olive oil
pickled spanish garlic
cucumber mignonette, lemon mp
espellette pepper spice
smoked cacciocavallo cheese, tomato jam
red wine mustard, parsley salad
green goddess dressing, pecorino, croutons
heirloom tomatoes, balsamic, basil
a trio of artisan cheeses & accompaniments
chicken liver mousse, deviled eggs, pickled red onion jam, house pickles & mustard
black truffle, egg yolk, whole grain mustard
romesco, panisse, zuchinni
sweet corn purée, crispy ham
white beans, chorizo, almond sous-bise
redemption rye, byrrh, zucca amaro, orange zest
hibiscus-infused gin, simple syrup, lemon, charged water, orange zest
mezcal, spiced tamarind water, mole bitters, lemon juice, cherry garnish
rum, virtue cider, scrappy's bitters, lemon wedge
bourbon, lemon juice, ginger syrup, sparkling wine, orange zest
(500ml/16.9oz). perfumed, pretty, pitch-perfect kölsch - and dangerous too. thirst-quenching summertime brew.
(500ml/16.9oz). top-fermented beer with distinct hints of banana; a flowery, yeasty head with a golden yellow hue.
(355ml/12oz). made with wheat and barley malts; notes of dry hay and a strong, clean finish.
(500ml/16.9oz). this helles won 'world's best muncher lager' in 2013; white flower and straw aromas, and a perfect balance of malt sweetness and slightly bitter hops. a classic.
(355ml/12oz). bright and crisp american pale, with tart hops and a note of grapefruit.
(355ml/12oz). foamy head; yeasty, citrus aromas; amber-colored, with a balance of tropicality and malt.
(750ml/24.5oz). complex, dynamic, 'fizzy' textures frame an elegant, refreshing palate, both sour and tart at once.
330ml/11.2 oz). active carbonation, but soft on the palate; notes of fresh banana and just-ripe mango.
(330ml/11.2 oz). this classic blonde ale is dry and balanced, with spicy floral hops and a soft finish.
(330ml/11.2oz). bottle conditioned with champagne yeast, this is intense and complex, with assertive hops and just a hint of malty sweetness. a new release from one of our favorite breweries.
(345ml/11.5oz). bright and refreshing, not overly herbal, thanks to just the right balance of carbonation and biscuity malt.
(345ml/11.5oz). stellar, essential cherry lambic, with a real purity of flavor and a texture with satisfying grip.
(375ml/12.7oz). cantillon crafts the gold standard for the gueuze style. this is über-complex and deliciously sour.
( 330ml/11.2oz). a traditional west flanders brown, and my personal favorite: only slightly tart, with a real malt drinkability.
( 750ml/24.5oz). made with a nearly extinct recipe, this is a taste of a former time - a gorgeous combination of braised meat, earthy grassiness, and very ripe bing cherry. a delight.
( 330ml/11.2oz). darkly colored, with a smoky-sweet nose; a touch of carmelized pineapple and pronounced hops.
(500ml/16.9oz). medium-to full-bodied, with notes of dried cherry, roasted malt, and a touch of smoky char.
( 330ml/11.2oz). classic bock, with a golden amber hue, and a rich, heavy body, finishing with a spiced hop character.
( 330ml/11.2oz). perhaps the world's best dubbel; refined and refreshing, with spice, dry caramel, and tasty maltiness.
(355ml/12oz). brewed with lactose sugar, this balances roast & sweetness on the nose; all cookies & cream on the palate.
(750ml/24.5oz). tart and funky, brightly carbonated young cider made with the first and freshest apple harvest.
a well-knit, classic lager: smooth textures, even carbonation, and just the right balance of tasty hops.
very complex and lively, with bright citrus, coriander, salty herbs and a touch of stimulating spice.
brewed in collaboration with windy city for chicago craft beer week 2014, this rarity is a great summertime pour. pale ruby in color, this shows a very soft expression of raspberry and caramelized rye; the finish is soft-pedaled, not too tart; an initial lively carbonation integrates rapidly.
made in the champagne method, this refreshing blend shows very persistent sparkle and cool citrus tones.
one of the finest sparkling rieslings made, this envelops the palate with brisk acidity and a plush total feel.
a luscious rosé perfect for summer, with a terrific balance of keen sparkle, cream, and pomegranate.
i adore this classic expression of muscadet by jo landron - it's extremely finessed, saline, and dry.
a stellar, medium-bodied, traditional field blend showing zesty tropicality and gentle spice.
the rare zilavka varietal gives a captivating combination of passionfruit, gooseberry, balsam & cream soda.
we love scheurebe for its feisty, sassy, spirited expression; this shines with tangy grapefruit and blackberry.
this rare, tiny-production, medium-bodied alpine wine is spicy & satisfying, w/caraway and golden raisin.
the wiemer estate produces the very best riesling in america. after 5 years in bottle, this vintage is maturing beautifully: taut acidity, green apple, linden leaf, sencha tea, and much more.
a benchmark california chenin, clean, brisk and dry on the palate, with oolong, pineapple, & clementine.
complex textures thanks to extended lees aging sets this chardonnay apart; soft, nuanced orchard fruit.
savory and nutty - classic for the jura - with a fringe of spicy cumin, white pepper, and ripe papaya.
a richly textured, delectable single-vineyard wine, with honeycomb, tropicality, and mild sweetness.
this fresh vintage of our perennial favorite rose txakoli is just phenomenal right now; enlivened by a slight sparkle, it's magenta-hued (a touch darker than last year) with an electric flavor profile.
a case study in finesse, this lightly-hued rose balances dry persimmon with juicy watermelon.
this rare, directly pressed rosé of pineau d'aunis is one of the finest in france. a light color introduces a palate of delicious spice, surprisingly firm tannin, and a sense of soulful depth.
the color of this fickle, light-bodied wine is fascinating, all pale garnet and indian red; aromas of cranberry, game, and dried meat tickle the nose, leading to flavors of turmeric, mustard and dried cherry.
it's a pleasure to offer this crowd-pleasing, super-drinkable barbera blend; easy tannin and great acid.
a favorite blend of grolleau, malbec and gamay; pungent aromas and detailed, palate-flattering textures.
perfectly mature, with a sexy total feel; fresh goji, dark raspberry, a shade of mocha and great acidity.
we were really taken with this classic at a recent tasting - tart red fruits, generous acid & a persistent finish.
deeply pure and slightly hazy, with fresh gaminess, cidery acidity and soft herbality.
great complexity for merlot: red licorice, rye, and woodsy tannin combine and lead to a memorable end.
a classic pinotage for its earthiness, char, and grip, complemented by notes of sweeter blue fruit
reminiscent of a northern left-bank bordeaux, with chewy, flinty minerality, dark fruit, and tasty tannin.
this young wine from the famous artisanal marsala producer is all almond essence and bright citrus.
impressive finesse for amontillado, with delicate tones of young pu-ehr tea and cinnamon.
one of the finest old cortados currently available, with dark raisin, hawthorn, and a hint of sassafrass.
an artisanal, opinion-changing dry moscato-based vermouth, with flavors of sweet marjoram and acacia.
a legendary vermouth, still made by the original 1786 recipe; a rich mid-palate gives way to a dry end.
it's rare to see this caliber of ratafia in the states; based on pinot noir, it has strawberry-toned sweetness.
a richly-textured, deeply colored charentes; succulent sweetness, dynamic mid-palate, persistent finish.
the original style of this famous digestif shows intense clove, cinnamon, quinine, and a hint of carob.
tawny port of impeccable harmony and drinkability, with balanced flavors of raisin, almond and licorice.
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