A Clever Ode to Chocolate
- Someone’s paying attention to the drinks list, rife with chocolate-friendly spirits like rum and port along with wines and bubblies. There are craft cocktails too, like the malted milk martini and a bourbony blackberry julep.
- Chocolate purists have been known to forego dessert in favor of the chef’s lineup of six jewel-like artisanal chocolates made in house.
Good to Know
- The tiny chocolate “bar” in one of the dining rooms gives you a front row seat of the chocolate makers.
- There are several fixed price deals: a three-course brunch for $26, pre-theater champagne dinner for $55, and dessert “experiences” – three courses, $22, five courses, $32.
- If the Co Co. Sala chocolate shop next door is open, stop by for sweets to take home — we like the dark chocolate bar with chocolate pearl crisps and the hot coco pop, which magically turns into hot cocoa when you dunk it in hot milk.
·Meyer Angus Sliders
·Bacon Mac and Cheese
·Yellowfin Tuna Tartare
·Some More Crème Brulee
·At Brunch: Cheese Magic Soufflé and White Chocolate-Raspberry Mousse with with Chocolate Crispy Pearls
- As seen on the Food Network
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