really interesting drinks, beautiful space, awesome fireroasted calamari, best iteration
Better Than Previous Iterations.
This place has been formerly our governor's "Shatze" and more recently "Hidden". This is its best iteration!!!
Cache has a beautiful open space. You can lounge on candle-lit couches and look at the sky. The drinks are really interesting. (infused with sage, rosemary). They sound earthy and wacky but are actually pretty good! The appetizers were a bit odd but good. The fire-roasted calamari was awesome.
Great date spot.
Citysearch Editorial Review. Never mind its short-lived past as Hidden restaurant. This concealed space has become famed Melisse chef Josiah Citrin’s lush garden that also happens to be a lounge, restaurant and bar all in one. The magical green space flows into a set of sleek pale indoor dining rooms accented with wood, stone, crystal and flickering candles. The sleek outdoor bar twinkling with Christmas lights is where the post-office Westside crowd sips cocktails and wine, sometimes paired with starters like the foie gras parfait in a mason jar, charcuterie and artisanal cheeses. Citrin’s casual market-driven California French menu spans everything from fire-roasted bone marrow with wild mushrooms and Japanese hamachi to flatbreads (caramelized shallot with brie and arugula or duck sausage with artichoke and nicoise olives, anyone?) to mains like crispy loup de mer, Kurobota pork chop and New York steak.
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