Jason Denton’s Indie Food and Wine Will Serve Booze From a Rolling Bar Cart

A preview of the cart.

The Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg will now serve you a drink at your seat, and, not to be outdone, Jason Denton's ('ino) Indie Food and Wine is looking forward to rolling out its drinks program soon — literally. Libations at the café, which is tucked inside the Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center, will be poured out of a mod, transportable bar cart designed by the Rockwell Group (the same crew that did the space). The cart will roll into the small dining room at about 5 p.m. each night, offering perfect classic cocktails like martinis and Manhattans. The wine list will offer 40 all-Euro varieties; twenty will go by the glass for $8 to $12.

Denton himself is overseeing the program, and having started his career tending bar at his uncle's iconic San Francisco restaurant, Harry Denton's Starlight Room, he's well versed in old-timey cocktails. For the time being, drinks will only be available in the café, but a rep says they're hoping to expand the license so the cart can offer its boozy services inside the cinema.

Earlier: Jason Denton to Open Indie Food & Wine at New Lincoln Center Cinemas on September 12