In late June, BarLiquorice (801 E. Fort Ave., 443-708-1675, barliquorice.com) opened quietly in Riverside, in the space that used to be Lime. Two of the owners of BarLiquorice are Tom Looney and Ed Scherer, who owned Helen's Garden in Canton. The third owner is Jeff Cahill.
BarLiquorice is a "a classic cocktail bar," Looney said. "It's small, dark and handsome."
BarLiquorice serves a small menu of salads, pressed sandwiches and cheese and charcuterie boards. (July 29, 2014)
Serving raw oysters on the half shell, classic cocktails and beer and wine, Dylan's Oyster Cellar has taken up a six-month residency in The Hatch, the incubator space in Mount Vernon's Park Plaza Building operated by Phil Han, the owner of Dooby's. The pop-up oyster bar is from Dylan Salmon, formerly of Woodberry Kitchen, who plans to operate at The Hatch for six months while he scouts out a permanent location.
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