We’d been wanting to try North for a while and finally managed to get there. We went early, around five, thinking it would be empty and we’re surprised at the number of people who’d had the same idea. You can tell once this place gets really hopping it would be way noisier than it already was, not exactly a plus for me.
I was in the mood for a cocktail and tried two from their craft menu that were recommended by our server. Both were a little more complex, and sweeter than I usually like, I’m kind of a purist. Next time I’ll probably stick with what I know.
We started with the grilled artichoke and garlic bread. I do love a good artichoke, and this one surely was. The aioli was not the best I’d ever had, could have used maybe some dill, or other herb. The garlic bread was otherworldly, and you damn well better love garlic because it is seriously loaded with it. The bread was light as air and the ricotta was amazing. I finished with the arugula salad, which I also loved. The hubs had the bolognese pasta. It was good, not as good as mine, but still worth having.
Another visit to check out other offerings is definitely in order.
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