Here you get the foodie menu without the foodie "pomp". RAD is welcoming and fairly casual with its exposed brick walls, reclaimed wooden tables and floors, long marble bar and exposed ductwork. Also inviting, and almost cozy, is the outdoor patio with its strung lights that twinkle and glow. With a large communal table, walk-ins are welcome. But we like that reservations are also accepted.
The menu is fairly expansive, creative and will change often. Here are highlights: radish with shallot crumble; spinach "cassoncini" (like an empanada); heirloom turnips with apple, watermelon radish; dry aged beef tartare, brook trout with potato and kale; heritage pork with sauerkraut, pink lady apple and sourdough dumpling; pastured chicken with preserved lemon; sweet potato agnolotti, farro spaghetti; garganelli verde with heritage pork ragout. You get the idea. There are appetizers, a few mains and then pastas. Again, you can go light here, but come with an open mind to how the dish is served.
Open for dinner nightly