Bulleit Bourbon, Nocino Bitter Walnut, Strawberry, Lemon, Thyme, Bitters
Johnny Walker Black, Dubonnet Rouge, Regan's Orange Bitters
Glenfarclas 'Bacchus Partners' Scotch, Cherry Heering, Sweet Vermouth, Orange
Angel's Envy Bourbon, Campari, Punt e Mes
Maker's Mark Bourbon, Giffard Triple Sec, Maple Syrup, Lemon
Templeton Rye, Sweet Vermouth, Cherry Heering, St. George Absinthe
I.W. Harper Bourbon, Canton Ginger, St. Germain Elderflower, Bitters
Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Lemon, Mint
Bacchus SPNG Gin, Campari, Noilly Prat Sweet Vermouth
Bacchus SMMR Gin, Lime, Mint, Cucumber
Bacchus AUTM Gin, Aperol, Kabinett Riesling, Peychaud Bitters
Benedictine, Ketel One Vodka, Grapefruit, Lemon, Grapefruit Bitters
Espolon Añejo, Grilled Pineapple, Jalapeño, Aztec Bitters, Lemon, Agave
Brugal Añejo Rum, St. Germain Liqueur, Honey Water, Lime
St. George Terroir Gin, Noilly Prat Sweet & Dry, Benedictine, Bitters, Sage
Pimm's No. 1, Lemon, Fever-Tree Ginger Ale & Soda, Cucumber, Mint
Love that Village Pub is known for their fresh, seasonal cuisine. I’m a big fan, but this last trip was a little lackluster. Maybe Feb is not a great time to dine there. The service was impeccable as usual. Look forward to dining there in the summer months.
Wonderful service - very professional (not cozy friendly, but what you would expect from a high-end establishment.) All 2 entrees arrived at the same time, food was well plated and appropriate temp. Properly garnished with fresh ingredients. Server was not intrusive, but attentive - allowed us to have a nice meeting lunch.
The cocktails and appetizer were amazing. The cauliflower soup beautiful, creative and olive deconstruction mind blowing. The truffled potato and cheese ravioli in a comte cheese sauce made our taste buds swoon. We split the pasta with truffle special as a mid course. The pasta was perfect, but the mascarpone cream sauce was overly salted and detracted from the truffles magic. The wine with main course was properly paired and very good. The main course, salmon, was tasty though the skin was 1/2 way crisp which made it chewy and inedible. The marinated veg sides were inventive and flavorful. We were sat right away, but not even water arrived for 20 minutes after our seating. Once service started it was very good. If you are on a date night, and don't want to listen to investment bankers, make sure you get a more private booth along the wall.
Great Cocktails & over all very nice experience.
Always the best service there and the best food - we love it and come for special occaisions and we were celebrating our Valentines Day the weekend after - never disappoints!!!!
My wife and I have been to The Village Pub a few times now and every time it is a delight. The servers are super friendly and helpful, the food is absolutely delicious and appropriate sizes for a 3 course meal, and the ambiance is perfect for a comfortable, romantic evening for two (without being pretentious).
The prices are a bit expensive, but for the level of service and quality of food we have found it to be a great value. We spend $150-200 for the two of us, where a comparable dinner at other high end restaurants in the area would easily be $300-400.
Went here for late Valentine’s Day dinner with the significant other. Food was amazing! Price point was much better than expected and I really enjoyed the Michelin star quality without the meal being prix fix. Service was outstanding
Two of us had an excellent meal and the other two were mediocre. The corkage fee
of 50 dollars is well beyond anything on the peninsula. The wrong dishes were brought
to the table. All and all, the value isn't there. There are too many restaurants to choose
from in the area to pay these high prices and be disappointed.
Ambiance is wonderful but the food is just too rich.
service always impeccable. A special of Turbot was not exactly the best. But their specials are usually excellent like the Flannery rib eye Steak. Amuse buche's are very delicious and fun. Wine list is imcomparable.