With a new tasting menu every night and specials like No-Menu Monday, when the chef invents a surprise lineup of dishes, Sola BYOB is consistently a treat for the taste buds. Customers say the quality of the New American cuisine is rivaled only by the quality of the services, which tends to wow diners from their first course all the way through dessert.

Although the chef revamps the menu on a regular basis, you can always expect quality American cuisine with a hint of European flair. For your first course, try a dish such as a butternut squash baklava with pistachio, spinach, goat cheese, and a truffle vinaigrette, or savor Black Diamon mussels in a broth of basil, dashi, and ginger. When it comes to the main course, you can enjoy a Creekstone Farms short rib with ravioli, the pan-roasted duck breast, or the seared day boat scallops. Bring along a bottle of your favorite wine to pair with your meal.

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