Vincent | Andersonville | European, Small Plates, Craft Beer, Patio /Beer Garden | Restaurant
House-made charcuterie with a shot of genever, Dutch gin

House-made charcuterie with a shot of genever, Dutch gin

Eric Futran

European-style bistro serving farm-to-table small and large plates.

Our Review

Originally Dutch-inspired, this pleasant neighborhood restaurant and bar broadened its scope after the departure of opening chef Joncarl Lachman (HB Home Bistro). Chef Adam Grandt offers a seasonal farm-to-table menu featuring shareable plates (roasted bone marrow, a foie gras torchon, and house-made charcuterie) as well as entrees and salads. There are still five kinds of mussels and frites, and weekend brunch shows a flash of Dutch in the Hollander Bloody Mary with pickled herring. The bar features a dozen gins and a half-dozen seasonal cocktails in addition to a short wine list and extensive beer selection.

Kate Schmidt

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Price: $$$
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa

Bar Details

Originally Dutch-inspired, this pleasant European-style bistro and bar features a farm-to-table menu including moules frites and house-made charcuterie. There are a dozen gins and genevers, along with craft beers and craft cocktails, and the patio is dog friendly. —Kate Schmidt


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