Jack White. Adam Levine. Jaime Hince.
All living proof that the rock 'n' roll dream of marrying a supermodel and rolling in dough is just as well-preserved as Mick Jagger's grin.
Taste the dream — literally — at Bergerac, opening tomorrow in SoMa below Audio Discotech.
Named after the mansion in which the Rolling Stones composed Exile On Main Street, this new den of mixology and cocktail-friendly plates giving the finger to anyone who dares say that rock 'n' roll is dead.
Arrange to meet your entourage (supermodel girlfriends optional) for a pre-dinner fireside cocktail atop a tufted leather sofa. The beverage list literally reads like a catalog of greatest hits, the most inspiring of which is the Scotch and sage-laced Midnight Hour.
With pre-show drink complete, head back to the richly-draped private banquette in the back for plates of crispy boneless chicken wings (pictured), double sliders, and cheddar gougères with Scotch highland fondue paired with — you guessed it — more cocktails.
Because this is rock 'n' roll. And your date is looking more like Behati Prinsloo with every sip.
Photo by Natalie Darville
Hot seat: The private banquette towards the back.
Best bets: Crispy Vietnamese chicken wings; Bergerac egg; double sliders; Midnight Hour; Dirty Work
Nearby: Audio Discotech; Bar Agricole; Una Pizza Napoletana