Though the space is small, it feels wide open and the interior is kind of designed like an exterior of a Gray house. It's simple, clean, almost zen-like, but not in an antiseptic kind of way. You feel like you could come here with a group of friends and just hang out or have a business lunch/dinner here. It's intimate enough for a date-night and casual enough to wear jeans. That's hard to pull off.
Tonight I decided to try the three-course for $20, for a couple of reasons, it's economical and I wanted to see what $20 will get you in terms of a high quality chef and I wanted to see what kind of ingredients he would use. That's tough in this industry when you are trying to keep your doors open and at the same time, attract new clients.
This was the perfect opener.
My palate was clean and ready for the next course.
For $20, yes, you can have a gourmet experience and have quality service.
Of course, The Gray House does have a full menu, with an incredible assortment that is always changing as the seasons change.