A Fond Farewell….
To all of our Loyal Patrons, It is with regret that we announce that we have closed Cypress on the Hill. Despite a loyal customer base and critical acclaim, we have been unable to generate the level of growth in this economy necessary to sustain operations. We would like to thank our staff for their loyal service and their willingness to work through the last week. Many of you have complimented them on their professionalism and hospitality and we wish them all well in future endeavors. Thank you again for your support!
–Alex Gallis – Executive Chef, Jon McCallus & Greg Pfaender - General Managers
NEW at CYPRESS
07.09.11Tomato Season is in full swing!! -
Come enjoy the amazing flavors of summer at Cypress tonight! Heirloom tomatoes are the star of this months menu; showing up in all guises. Try our Brae Burn & Peregrine Farms Heirloom Gazpacho, or our incredibly Fresh Local Tomato Plate with Goat Cheese & Chorizo Croquettes, or maybe a NC Black Grouper dish with a classic Panzanella Salad of Heirloom Tomatoes, Lemon Cucumbers, & Fresh Herbs. We’re certainly excited about this time of year, and we hope you are too.
06.23.11Cypress Is Now Open for Late Night! -
Please join us on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, starting this Thursday, June 23rd, and all summer long, for a casual late night bar scene. Our fantastic bar staff we be here until 2am, serving up our great wine list, craft beers, and signature cocktails. Chef de Cuisine Phil McLaughlin has put together a simple, yet extremely tasty menu of late night snacks, and we will be keeping the kitchen open until 1:30am on those nights. You can view our late night menu under the Events heading above. So if you’re looking for a casual, yet refined place to get away from the cheap beer and shot crowd on Franklin Street, stop in and see us for a drink, some grub, or both.