Are You Feeling Casual or Classy? The Pass and Provisions Offers Both Experiences
August 26, 2015 | cimgroup
Seth Siegel-Gardner and Terrance Gallivan met in New York City 10 years ago while working at Maze, a restaurant owned by Gordon Ramsay. They shared a dream of opening a casual neighborhood restaurant with an upscale component, and they realized their dream in 2012 when they opened the doors to The Pass and Provisions. It recently made Eater Hoston's 38 Essential Restaurants list, and it's just a quick, two-mile drive from Memorial Hills, so it would be a breeze for you to check it out.
Provisions is the more casual side, with a 16-seat bar, a terrace, and a wood-burning oven. Expect offerings like pizzas, oysters, sweetbreads, and pasta. The Pass, on the other hand, promises a more intimate dining experience. Only one dinner seating is offered per night, with two seasonal tasting menus priced at $75 for five courses and $95 for eight. Diners get the opportunity to watch the chefs and other kitchen staff as they prepare the food. Both sections of the restaurant offer creative cocktails and an extensive wine list. And, according to Yelp reviews, the service and cuisine are top-notch at both.