Bellwether is pristine white with modern furnishings, yet has a farmhouse aura due to a wall of spongy moss behind the bar and tiny potted plants sprinkled throughout. There’s a good-size bar, and the dining room’s 60 seats are mostly filled with diners seeking seasonal, local fare. That’s where Preston Madson (ex-Freemans) comes in, preparing tempura green beans with ponzu dipping sauce, seared branzino with pine nut couscous and a grass-fed-beef patty melt on brioche. It’s also a neighborhood standout for brunch and cocktails.
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