Mon-Sat: 5:30pm-10:30pm, Sun: 5:30pm-9:30pm
3 Items, 5 Items, 7 Items, Balsamic Glazed Ribs / Chili / Fried Basil, Chicken Oysters on a Stick / Tamarind, Bone Marrow / Pickled Onion Marmalade / Sea Salt / Sourdough, Malpeque Oysters / 3 Each / Horseradish Cocktail Sauce / Lemon, Crispy Pig Tails / Sriracha / Honey / Cilantro, Popped Corn / Crisp Bacon / Brown Sugar / Chili, Wood Roasted Padron Peppers / Bottarga / Lemon...
Reviews for Tar & Roses
Chef Andrew Kirchner has taken-over the old Breadbar space with a dinner spot (soon to be lunch, too) for fans of wood-fired dishes. Fare is mostly divided among “Snacks,” “Small Plates,” “Veggies,” and “Large Plates.” Mark your calendars now, because the other option, family-style “Suppers,” need to be ordered five days in advance. So when you finally get your supper, just try to remember what you were hungry for five days ago. And, of course, Tar & Roses has charcuterie and lots of great cheeses for before or after the meal (or both, if you are a mouse). Complete your meal with plenty of wines to choose-from (mostly local), a respectable beer list, and a dessert list that includes a Strawberry Ricotta Crostada, which, if nothing else, is fun to say.
A very good restaurant to come to with girlfriends or if you want a romantic ambiance. Lots of great little plates.
Great wine list and super good selection of charcuterie and cheese. The rest of the menu is delicious, too. The bacon caramel popcorn is to die for.
Dinner here is an eclectic fare. They have a nice selection of cheese and charcuterie to start off the night. Dont miss the bacon caramel popcorn.
With an impressive selection of charcuterie and a list of exotic wood fired fare Tar & Roses delivers on all fronts!
Truly a fantastic restaurant. Solid, skilled cooking. Servers know and appreciate the quality food. Wines are good and sometimes unexpected. Pleasant ambiance.
A line outside at 5:30 on a Wednesday indicates just how happening it is. Solid & sometimes mind blowing spins on bruschetta, chicken, more.
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