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Butcher and the Rye 

Photo by Heather Mull
Shepherd's pie with braised beef cheek, glazed carrots, creamed peas, olive oil & potato foam and fresh horseradish.
Photo by Heather Mull
A server's apron hangs from hooks made of reclaimed vintage doorknobs.
Photo by Heather Mull
Barrel-Aged Martinez (gin martini with cocchi americano)
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House-made bison sausage and confit wild boar belly, served alongside house-made sauerkraut, potato pirogues, and violet mustard.
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The downstairs whiskey bar as viewed from the stairway to the second level dining rooms.
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A trendy antler chandelier hangs in the downstairs back dining room.
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Coat hook in the street level dining nook fashioned from reclaimed silverware.
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Coat hook in the street level dining nook fashioned from reclaimed silverware.
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A mural on the entryway wall to the street level dining nook.
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The street level dining nook wall is decorated with reclaimed tin ceiling tiles.
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The street level dining nook wall is decorated with reclaimed tin ceiling tiles.
Photo by Heather Mull
Communal tables in the entry area.
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The ground floor whiskey bar as viewed from the balcony in the upstairs bar.
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Napkin rings feature the restaurant's logo design.
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Pan-seard trout with cauliflower "steak," cauliflower puree, and preserved lemon.
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House-made pork terrine with homemade pickles, kimchee crackers, bread and cilantro purees, and foie gras "snow."
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The Robert Burns Manhattan (smoked scotch Manhattan with chartreuse rinse)
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Agave in Blume floral margarita.
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Sky-high shelves stocked with whiskey are the focal point of the main-floor bar.
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A server's apron hangs from hooks made of reclaimed vintage doorknobs.
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A server's apron hangs from hooks made of reclaimed vintage doorknobs.
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