Needle and Thread Entrance
Sadly, once again the service was the lowlight of our visit. I won't harp on it since it's really not worth it, and it did improve as the meal progressed, but we weren't impressed to start with. I was actually in the process of going to ask our server if we could order food when she saw me stand and finally came back to the table. She seemed generally bored.
Craft cocktails are Tavern Law's specialty. I had a Monkey Gland (Gin, orange juice, Grenadine and Absinthe) and B had The Art of Losing (Rye, Amara Nonino, Aperol and Bitters). For dinner, we shared the fingerling potatoes with chorizo and aioli. I had the fried chicken with polenta and braised greens and B had the beef burger topped with pork belly (again with the pork belly).
Once again, Capitol Hill is a decided success. We're getting better (or at least luckier) with the parking. I have a feeling our next visit to Tavern Law will be to enjoy a few more of those craft cocktails and it just might involve a cab ride and a rotary phone.