Cocktail spot Seamstress is doing a test run for friends and family over the next few days and will officially open on February 12, just in time for those who hate Valentine's day to get a couple of drinks in before the madness of Black Saturday starts. To help keep those drinks from Pam Wiznitzer and The Gilroy boys down is a menu from Duck's Eatery's Will Horowitz. Sticking with the place's theme, options are broken up into "needlework," "woven together," and "main seams," plus a small raw selection. The menu is new American-ish with some southern leanings, and lots of smoked, cured, and pickled touches. Dishes range from a pistachio and pumpkin seed soup with peekytoe crab to a house mutton burger made with triple creme, buttermilk fermented carrots, fennel fronds, and fried rosemary.
Dinner at Seamstress Will Offer More Than Just Fuel for Drinking
The house burger is made of mutton, plus there pistachio soup, and a raw bar.
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