Hidden Jazz Bar: Foxglove, a sneaky not-so-little jazz bar that’s disguised as an old-fashioned umbrella shop, is brought to you by the same folks behind Mrs. Pound. Enjoy live jazz and fusion cocktails in a spacious speakeasy environment once you make your way inside.
Look & Feel: The 4,300-square-foot space has an indigo blue and gold motif going on, and the marble tabletops and neat rows of bar stools unite everything together.
On the Menu: Despite its official moniker as a jazz bar, you can have a hefty meal at Foxglove. Dig into a Maine lobster tagliatelle ($298) or go straight for the duck foie gras ($168), then wash it down with a classy cocktail like the gin-based Easter promise ($130).
Great For: A chill night out, live music and romantic encounters.
FYI: How do you get in? You have to press down on the right umbrella to get a sleek sliding door to open.
This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop will update this post once we’ve visited in person.