• Tell us approximately your location: Skip dinner and cross immediately to dessert. That’s the idea behind 4th Course, a wine and dessert eating place that opened on Hay Street in June. The restaurant is owned through Rebecca and Amos Akinyooye. Metro Sinclair is the supervisor.
“Sometimes you simply need to enjoy a glass of wine and eat dessert first, earlier than you get too full,″ Akinyooye stated. “The menu is simple.” It features appetizers, handcrafted cocktails, a spread of purple and white wines and cakes.
Akinyooye stated he got here to the U.S. In 1993 from London, however he changed into born in Nairobi. He and his wife very own organizations in Fayetteville and New York, and they divide their time among the two cities, he stated.
The restaurant’s indoors has a hip vibe, providing hardwood decor and paintings by neighborhood artist Stephanie Tuphlove. “Atmosphere is essential to us,” Akinyooye stated. “Our intention became to create a elegant appearance with a cozy, colourful environment.”
• Specialties: Locally sourced desserts paired with wine, and hand made cocktails are of the house specialties.
The desserts consist of a velvety chocolate ganache cake drizzled with chocolate syrup and served with sparkling berries. “It pairs well with the Josh Cellars cabernet sauvignon,” Akinyooye stated. “A complete bodied pink wine brings out all of the flavors.”
“Our cocktails are innovative, too,” he said. Two of the owner’s private favorites are the Red Velvet Cake Martini and the Dirty Banana Creme Pie. “We try to recreate the flavors of the actual dessert,” he said.
• Most famous dish: “Everyone loves the chocolate cake,” Akinyooye stated, “and the malbec wine from Argentina may be very popular.”
The cakes also consist of Italian creme cake, homemade chocolate chip cookies, hot cinnamon rolls, vegan pleasant ice cream and an collection of chocolate desserts with fresh fruit.
Customers can also order an assortment of meats and cheeses, purple pepper hummus with pita chips, Caprese salad and a cheese plate with jam and olives.
“Beginning in August we are able to be adding a Saturday brunch between eleven and a couple of p.M. Offering signature dishes, finger ingredients and food that pair with mimosas and Bloody Mary’s,” Sinclair stated. See Facebook for information.
• Why ought to diners devour here? “4th Course is a glad surroundings with wonderful meals and is a amusing location to unwind or to experience date night time,″ Akinyooye stated. “On Friday we play DJ Bingo from five:30 p.M. To 7 p.M. With cash prizes.”