November 14, 2018

Brussels sprouts have been on the Heartwood menu since day one. Initially, they were largely served as sides, albeit in multiple ways. So popular was one of these executions that it moved from beyond just best supporting actor to a starring role in our bar snacks program. Those Brussels sprouts—tossed in an umami-rich sauce and…

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March 6, 2018

Once upon a time, chartreuse was exclusively the providence of monks in France. Today, it can be found in bars across the world. And yet, the herbal liqueur remains shrouded in mystery. Only one order, at the Monastery of the Grand Chartreuse just north of Grenoble, holds the recipe. Here, just two monks are entrusted…

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December 5, 2017

We invite you to celebrate New Year’s Eve with a unique 6-course dinner menu & special champagne tasting. Our team will guide you through dishes like Oysters to Filet Mignon & champagne pairings from Krug to Dom Perignon. New Year’s Eve Menu 6-Course Menu |$95 per person Champagne pairings $95 per person. Additional Champagne available a la…

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April 12, 2017

Join us for our first Kentucky Derby Brunch. Ladies show off your hats and gentlemen grab your bow ties. Along with showing the races, we will be serving brunch and classic Woodford Reserve Derby cocktails. Win prizes for the “Most Dapper Dressed” and “Best Derby Hat. Date: Saturday, May 6 Time: 12pm – 4pm RSVP HERE…

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January 23, 2017

We invite you to experience a unique 5-course Valentines dinner. Our team will guide you through dishes like Kusshi Oysters to Filet Mignon. Optional beverage pairings will be available. *Regular dinner menu will also be available. We look forward to making your evening a special one! Valentines Dinner Menu 5-Course Menu | $95 per person Beverage…

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December 25, 2016

With New Year’s Eve around the corner we thought it a perfect time to celebrate bubbles. Of course, to some extent Champagne—and Cava, Prosecco, and a host of sparkling New World siblings—seems wasted on the holidays. Naming a time that’s wrong for champagne is like choosing a favorite child: nearly impossible. “I think Champagne goes…

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