Just like my favorite black dress, Double Knot transitions easily and smartly from day to night, from workday cafe to happy hour bar to date night diner.
By day it is a comfortable and welcoming hang out, serving excellent coffee, fresh juices, and a killer $7 lunch deal that is served up quickly. Choose your protein and your format of rice, noodles, or salad. Pick a table. Sit and enjoy the homey atmosphere of the bar while you wait for your food.
By evening, the vibe transitions effortlessly into a nightspot. The other floor opens for dinner, with an Asian menu of dumplings, buns, sushi rolls, and robatayaki (Asian barbeque) in addition to more standard dinner options.
Beware, the nighttime crowds may mean a long wait for seating.
Try one of the Double Knot’s signature cocktails. There is a wide variety of wine by the glass, including sake and sparkling, though the beer selection is limited. Beware the Double Knot Punch!
My favorite part of this place is the interior, which fits me like a favorite dress. It is at once well designed, attractive, and cozy. Exposed bricks, wall paper, raw wood, and warm lighting make me feel at home, but the aesthetic is not overly trendy or trying too hard. It looks good by day and night!