On approach, this spot has straight sports-bar vibes. TVs deck the walls, all tuned into a game; wings and Philly cheesesteaks are heavy hitters on the menu. However, you should start with a salad, which would be odd at a sports bar, right? That’s the first sign that something here is “different.” The bowl of fresh greens with a delicate dressing and spicy pecans is remarkable. Then, bite into a wing with its house-made sauces and rubs, and you’ll know you’ve been bar-food fooled. That might make more sense once you learn that the chef, Josh Farrell, worked under Bruno Davaillon at The Mansion.
Top Picks: The “recycled” wings are made with a mix of vegetables, like bell pepper and onions, which are ground, pulverized and freeze-dried then applied as a dry rub. They’re unique and magnificent.