Neighborly Public House, the newest offering from Common Ground Culinary, has opened inside The Colony, a 1950s-era mixed-use development at 7th Street and Missouri.
Christopher Collins, chef/owner of the Valley-based Common Ground Culinary, has put his personality into the menu, which includes grilled California artichoke, a Maine lobster roll, Sticky baby back ribs and a double thick pork chop. There’s also a kids’ menu, things to share and sweet finishes. The bar delivers one of the restaurant group’s most adventurous cocktail lists, featuring southern twists on classics like a peach Old Fashioned crafted with infused Elijah Craig 94 proof bourbon, Rothman and Winter Crème de Peche, lemon cordial and a lemon wheel.
Neighborly Public House is open from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday; 4 to 10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday; and 4 to 9 p.m. on Sunday. For more information visit www.neighborlypublichouse.com or follow the eatery on Facebook and Instagram.