We always eat out early on new year’s eve, then relax at home alone or with friends. This year we chose this place and so happy we did. It was cozy, much more casual than our usual new year’s eve venues and the chef had really unique tastes and textures on the plates, which were beautiful without being fussy in an annoying way.
We can’t wait to go back for a lunch visit to sample the burgers, too.
The menu is always changing, they say, and this is not what we were offered, but it’s a good representation. My husband had an app of pulpo as described on this dinner menu, and I had split beef marrow bones, accompanied by toast points (that I didn’t eat), roasted garlic, shallot jam and pickled radish, just beautiful and balanced flavors all. http://hushamericanbistro.com/
I had duck breast for dinner with farro with a delicate crunch to it, and cooked properly med to med/rare.
Terrific desserts, too; we had the chocolate chocolate and olive oil cake. Coll, if you’re game and you guys will be out this way, let’s meet for lunch and try some stuff!
Really tiny place, very artfully designed, and a really warm welcome.