Choose Between Two Options
$49 for a meal for two at Caffe Martier ($96 value) * One small plate * Two entrees * One dessert * Two glasses of wine * See the full menu
$25 for one three-cocktail flight at The Old Arcade ($45 value)
Caffe Martier and The Old Arcade
Caffe Martier is bright, airy, and regal in the European tradition, with a gabled roof high above a tree-flanked fountain. Tucked somewhere behind it, there lurks The Old Arcade: dim, moody, an original speakeasy from the prohibition era that's as American as the cafe is European. Each maintains an evocative atmosphere that mirrors the cuisine they serve.
Caffe Martier exudes the charms of a European bistro. The airy space makes an apt venue for specialty espresso drinks and a breakfast of croissants, jams, and french omelets. Lunch and dinner menus are similarly continental, built upon small rustic-style plates—think lamb skewers and tuna tartare—plus entrees like braised ribs with natural au jus. For good measure, the cafe also maintains a full menu of shakes and smoothies.
Somewhere behind the cafe hides The Old Arcade. The moody lighting, dark wood, and vintage-style bar recall what the space must have felt like during its speakeasy days, minus the neck-swiveling lookouts and gin drinks served in bathtubs. However, the tucked-away spot tips its cap to the Roaring '20s with a secret passwords and mixologists that ply patrons with classic old-fashioneds and sazeracs.