I’ve done research, but do hope to get some thoughts on the following. I do appreciate your help!
We had reservations at Seven Sows for a Thursday dinner before a concert at the Orange Peel, so my preference would be to stick with the downtown area…but both The Junction and Bull & Beggar do sound great, so if those are hands down better choices than the following—please chime in.
---Posana, Chestnut or Storm could work instead? We were going to do Limones for brunch on Saturday, but we could also flop that and go there for this dinner and then another spot for brunch if something else is stronger for brunch.
---We do also really enjoy just stopping at the bar at several places and sampling a few things, but sometimes it is hard to know if a place will be appropriate for that and/or just likely be too busy for that to be possible. Any thoughts on a good itinerary for a little progressive bar dining are also appreciated. We are hoping to have beers at Wicked Weed on this night, so we could something there as well, just trying to get a feel for what’s reliably good.
A few other questions.
Any updated thoughts on Rhubarb? It just seems to be getting all this national coverage, yet I know some of the past comments on here haven’t been great and the reviews are sure mixed.
King James Public House—I saw the news about the chef change and was just wondering if anyone has been recently?
Chai Pani—I’m intrigued by the menu and would love to stop in for a snack at least. Is this a sit down restaurant or order at the counter. I am having a hard time getting the vibe.
Gan Shan Station—Anyone been yet? I saw another post asking, but no response.
It looks like we're definitely planning to do a dinner at Curate, brunch at Biscuithead, and a lunch at All Souls already btw.