Step into The Keep Kitchen & Liquor Bar and you’ll discover a chef-driven, modern brasserie with its own art deco cocktail bar. The atmosphere highlights the 1920’s ambience, while incorporating modern elements from the 21st century to give a contemporary vibe. The Keep was inspired by its location in the historic Leveque Tower, a 1927 structure that is known to be an art deco gem. The Keep’s cozy, inviting décor features gas lamps and rustic-refined furnishings, providing guests an invitation into a Roaring Twenties locale. It’s a comfortable, relaxed environment that suits casual dining as much as it does special occasions, parties, and business entertaining.
Utilizing local and regional ingredients, talented chef Courtney Nielsen refreshes beloved classic dishes by integrating a modern twist. Chef Nielsen adds a pinch of creativity and a dash of sophistication when preparing her exquisite plates. The restaurant’s open kitchen allows clientele to participate in interactive dining, while they have a chance to experience Chef Nielsen adding her final touches to her mouthwatering culinary creations.
Tucked away on the second floor of the tower, The Keep applies the same imaginative renovation to its intimate lounge. Old-school cocktails embellished with flavorful house-made syrups and botanicals refresh any palate. The wine list features old and new-world vintages that flawlessly complement Chef Nielsen’s bold flavors.