Canopy Welcomes Woodbar To The Family

By | December 22, 2014
Pastries are served in the morning at Woodbar. Credit: Canopy/Woodbar via Facebook
Pastries are served in the morning at Woodbar. Credit: Canopy/Woodbar via Facebook

The Chronicle reported last week that Claire Smith, chef and owner of Montrose’s Canopy restaurant (3939 Montrose) opened a new venue adjacent to the restaurant called Woodbar.

Woodbar is described as a “day-long venue offering coffee and house-made pastries in the morning and segueing to a small bites menu and full bar serving at 11 a.m.” Though the two are officially separate, it will also act as Canopy’s bar.

Visitors can expect craft cocktails, bar-friendly plates like empanadas, mini lobster rolls, pulled pork tacos and more and pastries for the earlier risers.

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