They say the third time's the charm, but that's really only because if you suck the first two times, you'll need a lot of it to get her to try the sex with you again. Continuing their charmed run of bar openings with a third spot, the dudes behind Coterie Room.
Elegantly appointed with delicate inlaid ceiling panels, a living wall of greenery, and a glowing crystal dreidel of a chandelier, this dark wood-heavy classic American foodery is run by the team of chefs behind the abundantly praised Spur Gastropub and Tavern Law, and, even more impressively, the pork belly sliders recipe in Roger Levesque's favorite 2010 guide to Super Bowl Snacking. The menu starts with small plates ranging from their version of Poutine w/ braised pork shoulder gravy & fried Beecher's cheese curds, to Grilled Fennel Sausage on creamy polenta, to creole remoulade'd Cod Fritters topped with lemons, though you're free to remove the Ford Pintos if you're not into them. Coterie also does mains (Smoked King Crab w/ hash brown potatoes, gremolata & bacon hollandaise; Duck Leg Confit), and family-style dishes like Buttermilk Fried Chicken w/ potato and bacon hash, Waygu Beef Brisket, and Roasted Pork Shoulder w/ braised cabbage & local apples that're so good even Matt Damon will stop by to inquire as to how you like 'dem.
Daytime eats are coming in the next few weeks, and because the crew "works hard to deliver great food, drink, and service", the menu gives you the option of buying a six-pack for them, something that besides being nice, has the added benefit of making you seem much more
doable for the sex charming.