What to Eat at Beast & the Hare (Also, Check Out the Remodel)

They’re keeping the opening menu simple at Beast & the Hare (1001 Guerrero), the new restaurant from former Hog Island chef Ian Marks and partner Dylan Denicke. Marks says the plan is to add some more meaty items as they get rolling, but as it is the focus is on charcuterie and small plates, with just a couple of larger options like lamb t-bones with sweetbreads and polenta. See it all below, and check out our slideshow of the airy space formerly known as La Provence.

charcuterie: 14
Lardo toast, persimmons, salsa verde/smoked duck breast, mustardy pea shoots/ chicken liver toast, crispy guanciale


House pickles 4
Table olives 4


Field greens, torn croutons, red wine vin. 7
shaved beets, fennel, Burrata, Bagna Cauda vin. 8
Frisee, braised pork leg, Gigante beans, Castelvaltrano olives, mustard/shallot vin 9
Baked egg, house bacon, cheesy toast 8


Fresh ricotta and farm egg ravioli in brodo, shaved pecorino 14
Lamb t-bones and sweetbreads, creamy polenta, scorched tomatoes 18


Braising greens, soft garlic 5
Fried cauliflower, Calabrian chili 5
GIgante beans, crispy piggy skin, lemon oil 5


Basque cake with market fruit compote 6
Rogue hazelnut porter ice cream sandwich (gingerbread cookies) 3 each

Beast & the Hare - 1001 Guerrero, at 22nd - 415.821.1001 - Open seven nights a week 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., with Saturday and Sunday brunch from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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What to Eat at Beast & the Hare (Also, Check Out the Remodel)