With more than 70 wines by the glass (including Madeiras back to 1908), you may never make it to Head Sommelier Samuel Gamble’s ever-growing bottle list. Eat in the dining room surrounded by works from Picasso, Monet and Van Gogh (on loan from The Lewis Collection) or retire to The Tavern for a more casual take on Chef Christopher Grossman’s Southern-inspired cuisine.
From The Sommelier: ‘Fortified wine from the island of Madeira is a huge cornerstone for the Atlas wine program. Since 2017, Atlas has represented vintages of d’Oliveira ranging from 1901 to 1990, all available by the glass. Madeira was used by the founding fathers in times of great celebration. The Declaration of Independence, George Washington’s inauguration, and even by Thomas Jefferson during the closing of the Louisiana Purchase. We feel obligated to share this with our guests so they may feel a part of history.” —Samuel Gamble, Atlas
Dish We Loved: Slow-roasted corned short rib, with grilled scallions, Hakurei turnip, mustard-braised chard, and warm potato salad