In my latest Time Out column, my top three openings of the month join other recent standout newcomers for a top 10 on where to eat now (article here):
Upscale Izakaya & Cocktail Bar: The Bar at Hotel Kabuki
A multi-million dollar renovation transformed Joie de Vivres Hotel Kabuki in Japantown into a chic, modern destination, including the new Lobby Bar, a sleek izakaya and cocktail bar serving elevated versions of Japanese bar food like chicken karaage or okonomiyaki. Beverage director Stephanie Ann Wheeler serves a tight list of refined cocktails, some inspired by traditional tea ceremonies.
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Spanish Tapas & Pinxtos: BarVale
Nopas new tapas restaurant, BarVale, comes from Adriano Paganinis successful Back of the House group. Chef Patricio Duffoo focuses mostly on cold and hot tapas and bite-sized pintxos in the bar next door. Highlights include Basque-style piquillo peppers stuffed with house morcilla (blood sausage) and sardines grilled with shallots, guindilla chile peppers and olives. Everything on the menu can be beautifully paired with sherry flights or gin and tonics.