Restaurant Review: Butterfly
Crowd: Business casual by day, trendy and upscale by night
Decor: Modern, industrial space warmed with artwork and sleekly dressed tables and Italian leather chairs. The floor to ceiling windows and local mirrored artwork are the main attractions.
Layout: Large, open space with an open kitchen. Booths and lounge type seating alongside the windows can accommodate small groups. A long and narrow outdoor deck on the water also available for groups of two. Beautiful, modern curved bar with seating available.
Neighborhood: Embarcadero, on Pier 33.
Service: Helpful and kind
Imbibe: White Sake Sangria
Enjoy: Heirloom Tomato Duo
Waist Slimmer: Caramelized Shrimp and Green Papaya Salad
I recently was invited to a private tasting at Butterfly Restaurant for Trendy Lime’s upcoming one year anniversary party on September 10th. The atmosphere is urban sleek and the views are breathtaking. I understood perfectly why Liana Burtsava, founder of Trendy Lime, choose this venue to host the celebration party. At this tasting we got a chance to preview some of the food that will be offered complementary for Trendy Lime guests to enjoy during the party. Let’s start with the cocktails: They are gourmet and delicious! The White Sake Sangria is refreshing and a good way to start a night of mingling and flirting. However, if you need more of kick go with the Kiwi and Cucumber Gimlet. The food offered is of French-Italian- Asian influence with a focus on local and sustainable sources. Butterfly also offers indulgences like Caramelized Shrimp and Green Papaya Salad, Pecking Duck, Duo of Hamachi Sashimi and Poke, among countless other delicious items. A menu would not be complete without signature desserts such as the Iron Skilled Chocolate Cookie, Bread Pudding, and Chocolate Pudding. Check out the pictures below and drool! I hope to catch you noshing at this foodie party on September 10th, 9:30-10:30PM, and then loosening up on the dance floor!
Everything looks so beautiful and good!
Why can’t la restaurants be down to earth and trendy at the same time?