Stark red and gray walls are reminiscent of a scene out of a White Stripes music video, while the stripped-down menu, presented on the back of album sleeves, features many dishes under $20.
For his lunch, dinner and weekend brunch menus, executive chef Jacob Saben has created dishes that feature just three ingredients. Elliot said this is to emphasize the craft of cooking rather than the artistry - there will be no dots of sauce on these plates. Beets are accompanied by Burrata and arugula, while peas are served with ham and pea tendrils. Other highlights include sockeye salmon with garlic, and beignets with gianduja chocolate. Drink options, meanwhile, include canned beers, a pitcher of wine on tap and a good selection of cocktails.
Reclaimed church pews help comprise the 60 seats inside, while there are another 50 red plastic chairs out on the patio. Accessed through a garage door, the cobblestone alley is decorated with potted plants and hanging lights.
For the ultimate dining experience, enter the confessional (also known as the chef’s table) decorated with stained glass. Diners may not find religion, but hopefully they'll at least find a divine meal.