The sophisticated rustication of the room, in which old brick peeks through newly plastered walls and a wooden banquette traces the rough edges of an exposed stone foundation, mirrors the style of food that Wilson, an alumnus of Margot Cafe, delivers. Along a chef’s bar that divides the main dining area from the open kitchen, bowls of whole garlic, bell peppers and citrus fruits hint at the fresh flavors that weave in and out of dishes such as catfish with cornmeal crust, mint, garlic, orange and chili and sausage with lemon, red onion and parsley. Massive hunks of cheese sit unabashedly on the bar, ready to be shaved or grated across the top of soups, salads and pastas. In its decor, layout and cuisine, City House celebrates simple, beautiful ingredients.
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash
Parking: Lot Available
Reservations: Accepted, Online Reservations Available