Don’t all the best love stories start in a dramatic 1930s Art Deco space?
The Black Swan is the perfect backdrop for a fun-filled night of glitz and glamour. Oh, and did we mention that you’ll also enjoy one of the absolute best meals of your life?
Step inside The Black Swan and you’ll be welcomed with bold colors, warm brass, and decadent marble inlays. Once home to the Kwangtung Provincial Bank, the space has now transformed into the beautiful Black Swan.
Come thirsty, Black Swan has a fifteen page beverage menu for you to pick through. We suggest starting with Treasure Island, just the right blend of fruity and smokey with mezcal, aperol, gentian, pineapple, and bitters.
After a tipple or two, get ready to enjoy some imaginative takes on chophouse classics from Head Chef Alysia Chan.
Ease into your meal by sharing a cheese plate with 5 decadent European cheeses, housemade apple jelly, sourdough crackers, grapes, and pecans. For the full carnivore experience, you might as well try the Steak Tartare with soft quail eggs and sourdough crackers.
Now it’s time to choose your cut of meat. While you can’t go wrong at The Black Swan, we’re particularly enthralled with the Mishima Reserve Wagyu Ultra Flat Iron.
Perfectly marbled, tender yet flavorful, this cut has it all. Pair with your choice of nduja butter, chimichurri, lobster béarnaise, green peppercorn, or truffle sauce for a little more kick of flavor.
Those smart enough to save room for dessert will be rewarded with sweet scrumptiousness, such as a chocolate tart.
This is the dining experience you want to pace yourself on—perfect for reliving the glory days with old friends, hosting a rehearsal dinner, or an impressive client dinner. The Black Swan can accommodate large parties of up to 100, or provide the perfect space for an intimate gathering of a dozen close friends.
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[Photo Credit: The Black Swan]