Two Door Tavern, a new comfort food spot/"all-American tavern," opens today in Williamsburg. The decor was all sourced from salvage yards in the Tri-State area and beyond, and the owners describe the looks as "blue collar." So that means that it has the now ever-present reclaimed wood from a barn in Pennsylvania, plus steel from the George Washington Bridge, metal plates from an airport carrier, windows from an old Army base, chicken wire from the old Philadelphia Ship Yards, a still from a moonshine plant in Tennessee, and two huge doors from a mansion in Connecticut.
The menu offers pretty classic tavern staples like buffalo tenders, spinach and artichoke dip, soft pretzels, fish and chips, braised short ribs, and penne a la vodka. Kind of like a classier version of the 99. They also have $18 Sunday dinner specials including fried chicken, lobster mac 'n' cheese, and lasagna. Plus, craft beers! Two Door Tavern is open for lunch, brunch, dinner, and late night.
· Two Door Tavern [Official Site]