The sun is coming up a little later, and its brutal fist doesn’t wallop us at first light anymore. We know from the summer requests you made that you’re willing to suspend disbelief and eat gnocchi in Parmesan cream sauce in July, so let’s all just make a silent contract that says you’ll indulge in a hearty braised chicken tart with a tarragon-carrot custard tucked into the pastry, and we won’t cast a supercilious glance when you do. Let’s all just pretend it’s cooling off, together. You can see the menu in its entirety at the link below, though I’ve undoubtedly made an error in the posting, so when you find it, feel free to dash off an email; just don’t email me about the comfort food. We all need the comfort.
For those of you to whom food plays second fiddle to wine, there’ll be a wine tasting this Saturday, just like any other Saturday, at 2:00. the wines are all from Sicily, and they’re perfect for the previously agreed-upon transition we’re making to autumn, and the story on the tasting and the wines themselves can be found here:
So there you have it. It’s a new month, and nearly a new season, with a new menu and a new wine tasting to trick you into feeling a spring in your step. We hope it works.
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