Back in October, we mentioned Downtown Oakland's Disco Volante, a new seasonal, artisanal restaurant with live jazz and blues coming from some nightclub heavyweights, OakBook writer Kevin Cook and former Bacar/Farallon chef Douglas Bernstein. And tonight it's time to roll out the dinner after three months of lunch only. So now we can officially call the joint a supper club. The all-day menu is homey, artisanal and no items cost more than $20. There's also a $29 three-course fixed price option offered after 6 p.m.
Although we haven't seen the interior shots, the pre-plywood shots on Facebook, reveal bits of Art Nouveau stained glass panels that were once part of San Francisco's Fairmont Hotel. Check out the Art Deco exterior here and head to the website for hours and the wine menu.
· Disco Volante to Downtown Oakland [~ ESF ~]
· Disco Volante coming to Oakland; another food writer to open a restaurant [ISSF]
· Disco Volante Lands in Oakland [Tablehopper]
[Photo: Oakland Living]