Salt & Time
There is no better time to treat yourself to a sustainably raised Texas Angus strip steak seared to almost ebony perfection on the outside and slathered with garlic herb butter. In fact, it is almost a public service, supporting independent ranchers and butchers who use the whole animal. Order this to go: a steak, of course. And because these are trying times, a few beef fat–fried french fries, thick and crispy, can’t hurt. All that beef too hedonistic? A layered grain bowl, topped with jewel-hued flower petals, and a simple bowl of small heirloom white beans brightened by kale and a bit of Parmesan cheese will stave off the Lipitor. Pro tip: The storefront also sells gourmet pantry items, gorgeous local vegetables, and a buttery Pullman loaf, as well as steaks you can cook at home.
Note: Review reflects COVID-19 protocols in place at the time of visit.
Cuisine: New American
Drinks: Beer & wine