The Antlers Hotel (4 S. Cascade Ave., antlers.com) remains in the process of rolling out three new dining options: the Piccadilly Bar, Duca’s Neapolitan Pizza, and the London Grill. It’s part of extensive renovations that have been taking place since Perry Sanders, owner of the Mining Exchange, and business partner John Goede took over in 2015. The Piccadilly Bar, as well as the fine dining option, were staples of the Antlers in bygone years.
“We decided to dust off a piece of history when we found a bunch of memorabilia,” says Sanders.
The Piccadilly Bar offers 50 beers on tap, plus a further 50 options in cans and bottles, as well as about 100 wines, Sanders says. He’s put chef Rene LeBlanc in charge of the Piccadilly’s kitchen, currently in a soft-open phase with a limited menu.
“Nothing on the menu has gotten anything except really nice response,” Sanders says, noting the pan-seared trout, poutine and a fried green tomato BLT as standouts.
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