Grilled & Chilled Asparagus
tahini yogurt, preserved lemon, savory granola, urfa vinaigrette
Bar/Snacks/Oysters Start at 4pm
Full Menu Starts at 5pm
Kitchen Closes at 10pm
A Dothraki wedding without at least three deaths is considered a dull affair.
I. Mopatis, Game of Thrones
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Every Tuesday @ 8:30 we’ll be hosting Trivia Night at The Maiden led by the one and only Kenny Freda! So round up a diverse group of minds, grab a drink and compete for a chance to win a gift certificate for your team.
Beyond varietal, one of the most critical factors to a wine’s flavor profile is the very ground the vines grow in, aka terrior. For this week’s Wine Wednesday, we’ll be tasting two polar opposite white wines that have one commonality: their vineyards are full of schist. If you don’t know schist, it’s a metamorphic rock which forms far below the earth’s crust. Schist lists heavy notes of “fresh” minerality as well as high pH soils as its two most defining factors. Schists happens to be found predominately in France’s Languedoc region, which our first wine hails from, as well as the Northern Rhone. Although France does give two schists, there are other regions in the world full of good schist such as Spain’s Priorat, Argentina’s Mendoza and the home of our second wine, Germany’s Mosel region. You don’t need to be a schist head to appreciate these wines, but to those of who know schist sure lock down the opportunity indulge in some deep schist.
Two 3oz pours for $11
Mas du Levail 2015
Weingut Kees-Kieran 2013
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Hosting a large(ish) party? Our backroom can be reserved for either sit down dinners or cocktail parties.
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