A double entendre used to describe those late-night pleasures sought out by young men-about-town in NYC during the period just before World War I. The “hot bird” referred to a warm dish; the “cold bottle” would usually be champagne.
A modern tavern celebrating the American melting pot, Bird and the bottle is an open kitchen, with its wood-fired grill, turns out large and small plates designed for sharing in one of three cozy dining rooms or two decks. Wines, craft beers on tap and by the bottle or growler, and signature cocktails by the glass or by the shaker to share.
Located just east of downtown Santa Rosa in Sonoma County wine country. See their website here.
Designed by Josip Kelava