The street-level wine bar has 70 seats and lots of standing room. The menu features shareable plates.
Guests entering the Boarding House are wowed by an eye-catching light fixture over that incorporates more than 9,000 wine glass.
The menu in the 120-seat dining room on the third floor is more structured than menus for the lower-level spaces. About 3,500 wine bottles hang from the ceiling.
The lower-level, with 60 seats, is a cozy gathering and wine storage space. A wine elevator serves all three floors.
Bone-in Berkshire Pork Chop with braised pork belly, stone-ground grits, apricots and hazelnuts, $31.
Crispy Chicken Thighs with fingerling potatoes, green garlic pistou and garlic confit, $24.
Grilled Prawns with pine nut and raisin relish and merguez sausage, $15.
Alpana Singh’s Chicago restaurant brings wine to the forefront in a big way.
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Photography: Jeff Schear Visuals
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