Housed in an eco-friendly shack constructed from an old shipping container and powered by solar energy, this place serves bar bites like sage and anchovy risotto ($12.80), spam chips ($8.50) and smoked duck tacos ($10.50) as well as cakes such as red velvet ($8.90), lemon meringue ($8.90) and dark chocolate ($9.90). In the morning, they also put out breakfast items including Eggs Benedict ($8.80) and avocado bacon tartine ($10.80). To drink, there are beers like Orion ($6/draft, $9/bottle, $55/bucket) and Kronenburg Blanc ($6/draft, $11/bottle, $60/bucket), a concise and affordable list of 13 Old World wines such as Zonin Region Collection Soave ($6/glass, $35/bottle), Blaissac Bordeaux AOC Rouge ($40) and La Bastide Chardonnay ($40), plus, non-alcoholic options: Coffee (from $4) and tea (from $6).
Free-flow is our new favorite word.
You might even walk away with a weekend staycay.
For those who will travel for food.