All dishes will be made using high-quality, locally sourced, fresh ingredients.
The European comfort-food angle is derived from owner and Moscow, Russia native Yury Pivor, who previously owned Oasis Grill in Symmes Twp. Pivor said Woodhouse Kitchen + Bar is “a place for people to celebrate anniversaries, birthdays or simply a night out with friends.”
“We’re also family friendly,” he said. “If guests bring their kids, we have great food options for them, too.”
The restaurant is coming to the end of a nearly year-long renovation, one that features an ample amount of stonework and woodwork, some of it purchased from the now-closed Brazenhead Irish Pub.
There’s also a cocktail lounge and a full bar complete with a broad range of wine, beer and liquor selections, plus live entertainment and two patios – one of which is dedicated to cigar and hookah smoking.
The new restaurant’s decor pays tribute to the aviation background of Pivor’s family. Also part of the decor is Dave Rickerd’s 3-D artwork: an 8-foot foam-based cigar that actually smokes from the “ashes.”
Woodhouse Kitchen + Bar will be open Tuesdays through Sundays for dinner and bar hours. For information on jobs, visit www.tinyurl.com/woodhousejobs.