Date Night at Meet the Moon

Our dinner at Meet the Moon felt magical because we did "meet the moon" when we stepped outside after eating. The moon that night was big, yellow, and low. Now let's get to the food and drinks part of the night. Meet the Moon is small and they don't take reservations. So if you play your cards right, you'll get a table and you'll be sipping a drink in no time.

But we were a little late on the draw for one of the good tables. There were only a few small tables along the wall available when we got there. But beggars can't be choosers, so we took a small table and got situated. I wasn't super happy with the tiny table, but get me a cocktail in my hand and there was suddenly less to complain about.

I chose a Leschi Till' You Die drink from the list and it had rye whiskey, rinomato, grapefruit bitters, and a citrus foam. My husband had a shot of bourbon to whet the whistle. To start, we chose the guacamole and chips and the house-cut fries with a garlic-chive aioli. Both sides were crunchy and nicely salted. They also tasted well and paired well with our drinks.

For our mains, I chose the baked brie which arrived on a crispy toast with honey, tyme, and garlic oil. It was really light and the honey and brie were a delicious combination that one must try. My husband chose the Curried Lentil Hash. This dish had roasted cauliflower, roasted fennel, sweet potatoes, coconut milk, red peppers, fried egg, with an arugula salad on the side. The dish was well presented and full of flavor.

For a little something, something for dessert, we each tried a sea salt chocolate caramel. That evening, they were espresso sea salt chocolate caramels and every bite reminded me of why I love food. So utterly satisfying and sweet, it was the perfect way to end our meal.

Meet the Moon Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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