Summer is in full swing here at Canard. There are new dishes, new wines by the glass, and even more exciting things in the works for fall that we’ll be ready to share with you soon. Next door at Le Pigeon, we are open for dine-in, we have our weekly Bird Boxes available for pick up, and Andy Fortgang continues our biweekly Cellar Sales featuring some incredible handpicked wines for your drinking pleasure. Check that out here. Here at Canard, we’re open for business! We’ve missed you. Canard is currently open Wednesday through Sunday for dine in, take out, and delivery through Caviar and Doordash. We’ve even added a few tables outside to enjoy the summer weather, glass of wine in hand.
Stay tuned next month for some exciting news to come. In the meantime, thank you for your support, we wouldn’t be here without you.
New Summer Dishes at Canard
There’s a lot to explore on the menu at Canard. Chef de Cuisine Taylor Daugherty has been busy crafting new seasonal veggie sides, and dishes like Shrimp Cocktail. Weekly dinner specials will start next week, including a Halibut that’s really rocking. Plus, oysters are back! We’ll have even more seafood news to share soon, don’t miss our next newsletter…
It’s a prime time to try seasonal favorites like Peaches & Corn with lime aioli, feta, chili, and shiso and Heirloom Tomato & Wax Beans with tomatoes from Wild Roots Farm, eggplant, peanut vinaigrette, peanut dukkah (pictured here).
These summer dishes are available now to dine in, take out or for delivery straight to your doorstep with Caviar or Doordash.
New Wines By The Glass
We have a slew of new wines by the glass. Sparklng Rosé Secco from Ulli Stein made of Pinot, Merlot, and probably the only Cabernet Sauvignon grown in the Mosel Valley. On the flip side of that we have 2009 Huré Frères Champagne, also by the glass, which is serious and delicious. We’ve added Vadieperti’s Fiano di Avellino from Campania which we think tastes likely salty fruit – a good thing – and pairs amazingly with oysters. We can’t forget Kikelet’s Hárslevelü from Tokaji in Hungary, that you need to taste to believe. That was just a few whites.
Our Rosé is Touraine Noble Joué which is a tiny appellation in the Loire Valley only for Rosé, and it is made of the 3 pinots; Meunier, Gris, and Noir (a great piece of wine trivia).
Reds by the glass range from a complex Mencia from Valdeorras in Galicia to a crushable Roussillon from Olivier Pithon. Not to mention Columbia Valley Red Wine II from our friends in the Smockshop Band and a killer Crozes that punches above its weight class from J.L. Chave Selections.