Ran across this place on OpenTable, and the reviews were good. Went on a Thursday - it's a small place to begin with and there were only few other couples in the dining room. Decor is minimal but nice, music was pleasant.
The charcuterie was wonderful, very unique and bold flavor profiles. Pickles plate was a good compliment to the cured meats. Got the sourdough, which was also unique, kind of brunchy which is a win in my book. Celery salad was good... hard to make celery exciting but this did the job. Got the rabbit meatloaf and pork loin. Plating and style was very rustic, simple, but executed well. Opted not to get dessert. BYOB is a plus.
The chef and owner came out to say hello and check on us, and the other diners. Informed us the place will be closing at the end of the year, so that's disappointing. Said he's moving to Root 174 in Regent Square.