Here's a preview of the tentative food menu.
As The Coronet works on their new home on Cushing Street, their former space at 402 E. Ninth St. will soon blossom into their new concept, The Libertine.
“There will still be food, but smaller offerings, and dessert,” partner Sally Kane said in a previous interview. “The patio will become lounge-like and with pub seating.”
While the drink menu hasn’t been released yet, The Libertine released a preview of the tentative food menu.
The Libertine Sample Menu Highlights
- Duck Bacon BLT Sliders ($6) – Hawaiian bun, mayo, roast tomato, pickle slice, romaine
- 1970s Gouda Pub Toastie ($3) – with pickle spear
- 1970s Bell’s Two Hearted Serrano Ale Cheddar Pub Toastie ($4.50) – caramelized red onion chutney, pickle spear
- Roast Garlic Hummus ($7) – with crackers, cucumber obliques, rainbow radish slices, grapes
- Evren’s Walnut-Feta Paté ($8) – with crackers, cucumber obliques, rainbow radish slices, grapes
- Pork Rillettes ($10) – with crackers, cucumber obliques, rainbow radish slices, grapes
- Meat & Cheese Platter ($16) – salami, coppa, aged cheddar, blue cheese, artichoke hearts, dried fruit, pickles, crackers, cucumber obliques, rainbow radish slices, grapes
- Marcona Almonds ($5)
- Mixed Olives ($5)
- House Fries ($5)
- Almond Biancomangiare ($8) – Sicilian pudding with pistachios, house jam, cinnamon
- Chocolate Pot du Creme ($8)
The grand opening is scheduled for 5 p.m. on Friday, June 14. Live music with Emilie Marchand and Dante Rosano will be from 7 – 9 p.m.
Operating hours will be 5 p.m. – midnight Wednesday and Thursday, 5 p.m. – 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday, and 5 p.m. – midnight Sunday.
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