Step Out Says:
The first thing you notice upon walking into The Dapper Goose is its Turn of the Century supper club feel. Dubbed ‘classic French cottage’ by the staff and executed by general manager Peggy Wong, the decor featured new wallpaper with a vintage pattern against one wall, as well as a palette of slate grey, robin egg teal, and lightly-stained wood. Everything about the decor was in keeping with the space’s original pressed tin ceiling. The only noticeable sign we were in the 21st century was the touchpad point-of-sale system behind the bar.
The look, the food and the service are all meant to be an extension of personalities of the restaurant’s executive staff. Read More ->
A Word from the Dapper Goose:
New American Bar focusing on a local and seasonally inspired menu.