We sat at the bar and soaked in the ambiance while sipping our beers. I loved finding and trying out this new spot.
I had my eye on a few different appetizers. I ended up settling on a flatbread with prosciutto, poached figs, tomato slices, and arugula. I loved it. The figs made it feel really special and I love arugula on pizza so I was sold. The prosciutto was dropped on after it was grilled, keeping it soft and salty!
Miss L went with the award winning chowder. Anthem won chowderfest 2010! She also got a roasted beet salad with goat cheese.
I was throughly impressed with the menu. “Twist on American cuisine” is something I see and hear all the time but there were fish tacos, cuban sliders, mac and cheese, and roasted chicken. It sounds eclectic but it works! Everything goes!
I think the prices were right on target. My flatbread was $13 and that seemed appropriate.
I should have peeked upstairs since we sat at the bar but I loved it and I know I’ll go back again.
Hope everyone has an enjoyable Easter! I’ll be coming up with an appetizer and reporting back!