Fort Oak Restaurant
Share and share alike is the way to go to this relatively new Mission Hills eatery. The chicken-fried quail is a slightly spicy appetizer, while the house-made coppa ham is a flavorful starter, especially with rye bread and cheese. Even the entrees are shareable, such as the branzino, which is served whole, but with pieces separated to make it easier to, well, share. This is a good place to try steak tartare if you’ve never had it before. For a little something extra, there is a six-course chef’s table offering for $100 ($40 more for wine pairings) on Wednesdays and Thursdays, featuring chef owner Brad Wise.
|Cuisine||Contemporary Dessert Fine Dining Happy Hour Ice Cream/Frozen Desserts Local Catch Seafood Raw Bar Seafood Small Plates Steak Vegan Vegetarian Wine|
|Price range of entrées||$26 - $90|
|Occasional live music||No|
|Payment options||Accepts credit cards|