JoinÂ The Embassy for this week’s wine maker dinner, created exclusively by Chef Alan Hughes. Seating is limited to 20 people and reservations are needed.
Argentine-born, French-trained chef Alan Hughes has returned to the Buena Vista neighborhood with The Embassy, a 40-seat bistro serving eclectic European food. Hughes is known for his pioneering One Ninety restaurant, which opened in 2001 a few blocks away, and enjoyed a three-year run.
Hughes churns out dinner and brunch in a space that exudes bohemian charm, from chalkboard walls listing the ever-changing menu to shelves lined with his own line of jams, pickles and jellies.Â Thereâ€™s live music nightly, including jazz, experimental electronic and blues; oftentimes the chef, who is also a recording artist, joins in to jam.
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or 305Â 571 8446