The Four Horsemen, the natural wine bar from LCD Soundsystem frontman/food lover James Murphy, will turn on the music and start filling glasses on Sunday. The space can hold just over 30 people, with about 20 of those seats available via reservation in the small dining room and 10 seats at bar and a couple of window stools held for walk-ins. The soundtrack and on-point acoustics are of course curated by Murphy.
The Menu: Despite the wine bar label, there's a full menu from ex-Franny's chef Nick Curtola. "We keep calling it a wine bar because we want to underpromise and overdeliver," Murphy told the Times. A sample menu includes hand chopped beef tartare with seeds, buttermilk, and sesame cracker, and a shared pork shank with shelling bean gratin, snap peas, and ricotta salata. From the snack selection there are salmon and yucca croquettes and country terrine with fermented cauliflower.