I’ve been to Abigaile three times so it’s safe to say this review is overdue.
This space has been through many incarnations including a rehearsal space for Black Flag back in the 80s. The atmosphere is loud and lively. It’s a great place to relax with friends, enjoy the view, and of course share some small tapas style dishes. The menu changes frequently, so there’s always a reason to come back and try something new. Abigaile supports local growers and has a brewery on site too.
First up was the cheesy poofs. Soft and warm biscuits that melted in my mouth and cut like butter accompanied by honey butter.
Next up was three generous pieces of moist pork belly served on a slightly spicy bed of garlic rice with a fried egg on top. Almost everything on the menu looked appetizing and it was hard to narrow it down. I’d say I made a good choice.
I managed to save room for dessert. Their strawberry s’mores were a perfect way to end the evening. Toasted marshmallow and rich milk chocolate paired well with raspberry gelato. A glass of ice cold milk would’ve gone well with the finale.
If you’re looking for a place with a fun atmosphere & tasty food, look no further than Abigaile.