The counter at Craftsman and Wolves. [Photo: Aubrie Pick]
It's been a newsy week at Craftsman and Wolves, which is introducing all kinds of new developments as its first birthday approaches. The most notable is that William Werner is adding a bunch of new savory items to the menu and keeping the space open later; starting next Monday, May 6, he'll stay open until 9 pm Sunday-Thursday and until 10 pm Friday and Saturday. The new menu includes options like a savory tart with housemade ricotta and market vegetables, mac and cheese with carnitas and manchego, 4505 chicken sausage with smoked potato salad, and a sloppy joe on a miso-sweet potato bun. Prices are reasonable, with nothing over $12. See the full menu here.
To complement all those tasty evening offerings, Werner has teamed up with wine maven David Lynch of neighboring St. Vincent to devise a limited nighttime wine and beer menu. There are two brews, three wines by the glass, and three 375-mL bottles, as well as a few ports and sherries to pair with dessert. See the full list here.
Finally, Werner is returning to the Ferry Plaza Farmer's Market, where he initially made waves with his now-defunct Tell Tale Preserve Co. project. The Craftsman and Wolves crew will be on the scene every Saturday, serving up favorites like the Rebel Within muffin, Devil Inside chocolate cake, cocoa-carrot muffin, and housemade preserves. C&W's stand will be located next to the Blue Bottle kiosk in the front right of the building, near MarketBar; they'll kick off this coming Saturday.