Analogue, recently for dinner and it is very low key. There is no sign of any kind (not even a beer sign by the door), but there is an address and the building is black, so it isn't completely anonymous. There is a host station at the entrance, but I came at a time when there wasn't much of a crowd, so there was a sign that said "Please seat yourself". I sat at the bar because i thought that would be the easiest for everyone. The space is small, seating about 40 people at tables and a few leather-covered booths. There is also a larger, round table at the back of the bar that might seat eight. The interior of the bar is also black but it also includes several mirrors to give the illusion of a larger space. The lighting is dim, although not nearly as dim as other places where I have been. The lighting was provided by track lighting. The soundtrack was indie rock. We were listening, mostly, to the War on Drugs, when I was there. As this place is a bar and the head bartender has a pretty good pedigree, I decided to try out one of their cocktails. I went with a Double Vision which had Beefeater Gin, Lemon, Ramazzotti (a medium Italian Amaro), and Strawberry Black Pepper Syrup. This was a very good drink and it was fun to watch the bartender make it. It was tart and sweet with a spicy finish from the black pepper with the herbal and juniper flavors from the gin there but deemphasized somewhat.
chayote which I have heard of but had never had. It is a member of the gourd family native to Mexico and is treated like summer squash.