Tria Fitler Square Turns One and Is Now Officially a Tria Cafe

Luxury Hour at Tria Fitler Square | Photo via Tria Cafe

Tria Fitler Square is officially now a Tria Cafe | Photo via Tria Cafe

Tria’s Fitler Square location turns one today and Jonathan Myerow’s wine bar is celebrating with an all-evening long Luxury Hour featuring pours from some big magnum bottles for $10 a glass. Luxury Hour discounts some of Tria’s fancier wines for a twist on the traditional happy hour.

Tonight’s deals include:

  • Champagne Premier Cru Brut Magnum “Platine,” Nicolas Maillart, NV (Champagne, France) $16½ $10
  • Pouilly-Fuissé Magnum “La Marechaude,” Domaine Guerrin, ’14 (Burgundy, France) $14½ $10
  • Arbois Rouge Magnum “Mémorial,” Domaine Rolet, ’02 (Jura, France) $14½ $10

On its first anniversary, the Fitler Square location will be introducing some other changes, namely changing its menu to match the other Tria Cafe locations. Originally, the Fitler Square location had a more ambitious menu complete with pastas, seafood and heartier dishes under the tutelage of chef Karen Nicolas (a Best New Chef 2012, from Food and Wine).

That means the familiar panini and other snacks of Tria Cafes will be available at Tria’s Fitler Square location at all times. The popular weekend brunch will continued to be served on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

As for Nicolas, look for her to resurface this summer at Michael Schulson’s Harp & Crown on Sansom Street.

Tria Cafe – Fitler Square [Foobooz]