Whist Stove and Spirits is a contemporary neighborhood restaurant located at The District at Green Valley Ranch.
Designed by Doherty and Hayley Hunter, the 3,000-square-foot restaurant is bright, colorful and eclectic. A quaint patio framed by a year-round garden is situated at the entryway, which has an indoor-outdoor feel through oversized doors that open up to the outside. An oversized bar is situated in the center of the dining room and is framed by semi-barrel vaulted white brick ceilings on each side, with a living room-style seating on one side that features a display wine cellar and a more traditional dining room on the other. Plush seating is upholstered in a mix of patterns and fabrics including rich velvets, with oversized crystal chandeliers situated above the bar and chic maroon drapery adorns each pillar throughout the room.
The menu, designed by Chef Ricardo Romo for sharing and sampling, offers a fresh take on contemporary cuisine. Signature dishes include grilled Spanish octopus with chimichurri, jicama and cilantro; a seafood hot pot made with Alaskan crab, shrimp, mussels, potato, and Old Bay; charcuterie and cheese; and a double cut pork chop with Bing cherries and broccolini.
The beverage program includes cocktails curated by a collective of mixologists including: Whoa! Blossom made with Bombay Sapphire, Crème Yvette, orange blossom, lemon juice and egg white and Rosemary?s Baby made with Tito?s Handmade Vodka infused with rosemary, house made grenadine, fresh lemon, raspberries and Barritt?s ginger beer. There's also a selection of boutique wine and craft beer. Whist is open 24-hours a day, offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night dining, along with weekend brunch.