From Our Editors
The homey restolounge serves a whimsical menu of modern American fare nightly, with lunch offered Saturdays and brunch on Sundays. The pared-down dinner menu features sharable, wine-complementing, meal-starting sustenance, served in three portion sizes. Opt for the cabernet-marinated, char-grilled baby lamb ?lolli-chops,? served with chipotle pesto ($10+), or go for the truffle oil-infused roasted mushrooms, simmered in a Madeira cream sauce ($7+), before indulging in Social?s crispy roasted chicken ($16) entree. The weekend-launching Saturday lunch menu offers Social?s succulent Sonoran fish tacos, three tortilla envelopes of mahi mahi sprinkled with jalapeno cabbage, roasted jalapeno, and clementine pico ($8.95), while Sunday brunch boasts the spicy Lafayette Benedict, a Creole take on the breakfast classic, with saut?ed crawfish and chorizo ($11.95). Or try the Grand Marnier- and orange zest-battered French toast, topped with fresh strawberries and a dusting of powdered sugar ($7.95).