The wine program here is restricted entirely to grower-producers, making it more about personal stories (which the well-educated staff is happy to share) than grapes or regions. Food is inspired by colonial-era New England; try the family-style “Shared Supper” option.
From the Sommelier: “With a grower-producer list, our mission is to present each winemaker and their work with not just one of their wines, but to travel the spectrum in as many styles as they produce. With this you can really get to know a grower’s personality. We like to pass on the stories the winemakers themselves would tell if they were here. This is the power that restaurants can have—the ability to give the artisan a louder voice in the world.” —Rebecca Myers, Loyal Nine
Dish We Loved: Blood Sausage with radish noodles and toasted shellfish vinaigrette