Sit in the main room at a tall communal table and enjoy myriad small plates. Standouts include the blistered green beans and brussels sprouts tossed with house peanut butter, golden raisins, sambal, and lemon.
At celebrity chef Paul Qui's latest venture, Japanese techniques blend with tapas, alongside his signature Southeast Asian flavor palate.
Grounded in down-home cooking, Pitchfork Pretty highlights seasonal vegetables from their garden and regional techniques like pickling, brining, and open-fire grilling for what they call "straight up Hill Country cuisine."
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