Thursday, September 29, 2011

Catching Up With 47 Scott

Posted By on Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 3:00 PM

I remember when 47 Scott was getting ready to open and murmurs rippled through the local food scene that the location was cursed, that no eatery could succeed there. Boy were they wrong.

The last time I sauntered into 47 Scott it was packed, and I mean PACKED. Deciding to wait out the storm, I headed next door to the intimate little cocktail bar Scott and Co., where people were lined up for drinks and the bartenders were slinging them as fast as they could make them.

Ah, sweet success. Anyway, Travis Reese, one of the owners of the eatery, says the patio area is finished and that he's started offering late-night dining. They also just debuted their new fall menu, and put out a fresh cocktail menu at Scott and Co.

If you haven't had this places pomme frites, which come sprinkled with rosemary, you simply must. Paired with one of the amazing cocktails crafted by nationally known mixologist Ciaran Wiese, it's an experience you will not soon forget.

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