Stir’s menu promotes a social atmosphere, featuring selections handcrafted by master chef Duncan Omarzu, a 14-year veteran whose diverse culinary background shapes Stir’s eclectically delicious and shareable offerings. Social plates, Stir’s take on tapas, are small-portion selections meant to be tackled by a group, with selections ranging from the adventurous sautéed shrimp canapés accompanied by avocado and pico de gallo ($12) to staples such as mac 'n' cheese ($8). Mini-mealing ensues with an arsenal of sliders, including sirloin ($10), buffalo chicken ($10), veggie ($10), or crab cake ($13) varieties. Snag a platter for two and conquer mighty hungers with the meat, cheese, and olive Tuscan platter ($24), or net the Ocean platter’s seafaring menagerie of shrimp, scallops, crab cakes and ahi tuna sashimi ($44). Delectable bites can be paired with a variety of specialty martinis and wines, which provide a more socially acceptable method of tinting mouths red than kissing the Kool-Aid Man.