- Apr. 16, 2012
- 8:00 PM
But the casual atmosphere doesn't sacrifice elegance. Session's long-stretching, dark wood bar is moodily lit by hanging blue lights and adorned with a canopy of shimmering hand-worked copper, and candle-lit "wave" tables flank the carpeted stage. Meanwhile, the warm tangerine-colored walls and midnight-blue velvet banquets lend the dining room a comforting lounge-like feel.
Though the word tapas and the tradition are largely latin, Session's menu applies the concept to other cuisines, including pan Asian, American and European. With prices starting at just $8 a dish, diners are encouraged to fill the table with an assortment of plates, from the French-influenced cheese fondue with bread and seasonal fruit, to more exotic Asian combinations like chicken teriyaki and mushroom dumplings served with a soy ginger sauce.