The menu will focus on champagne, cheesecake and charcuterie, Haydar told the Times, but there are “community shareables,” which are appetizers such as calamari, crab cakes and Canadian fries. Other entries include chili, cheeseburgers, chicken and dumplings, Cobb salads, Caesar salads and cheesy mac, the Times reported.
Want something to drink? There are cocktails, craft beers and Chardonnay. And for dessert there are cookies, cupcakes and chocolates, the Times reported.
The restaurant is located in what was an old transmission shop. It had three soft grand openings before its grand opening on March 24, the Times reported.
Haydar said prices range from $4.50 to $13, so there is a good chance customers won’t have to drop a C-note to pay for dinner.