Anderson and Nerenhausen’s style of cooking simultaneously celebrates a dish’s culinary roots while employing the diverse set of techniques and flavor profiles accumulated throughout their well-traveled lives.
Influenced by global flavor profiles and techniques, Mistral’s menu features culturally influenced interpretative American cuisine, much like its sister restaurant elements.
While elements is remembered for its indulgent prix-fix chefs tasting menus, Mistral delivers an entirely different dining experience to its guests. Featuring smaller plates geared towards sharing – not to be mistaken as tapas – Mistral encourages and empowers its patrons to create their own tasting menus based off a mixture of dishes coming from the ground, the farm and the sea.
In 2015, Mistral expanded to include Mistral Bar, where guests enjoy a full craft cocktail menu that is both unexpected, yet classic and attuned to chef Anderson’s local and seasonal ethos.
Mistral is open for lunch and dinner throughout the week. Mistral also offers Sunday brunch starting at 10:30am.