The new restaurant, set to open next January, is named after Silverton’s forebears, who were cattle ranchers in Saskatchewan, Canada, at the turn of the 20th century. Housed inside the legendary Hollywood Roosevelt hotel, the restaurant takes over the space occupied by Public Kitchen & Bar.
The standalone restaurant features a wood-fired grill and oven in the center of the dining room, with the overall look and feel reflecting the Hollywood Roosevelt’s historic, old school feel. The menu focuses on classic steakhouse dishes but with Italian influences, including a pasta menu, which feature an array of al forno or baked dishes.
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