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Zero Café + Bar

Zero Café + Bar is a casual bistro style café located on the ground floor of the East Bay House. Featuring al fresco dining options and covered piazza seating; guests enjoy views overlooking the Garden Courtyard. A European style continental breakfast offering fresh fruits, juices, pastries, coffee, cappuccino and teas is served in the mornings and is open to the public Tuesday – Saturday evenings, featuring a menu of local + seasonal light dishes and small production wines.  Zero Café + Bar is available for private lunches, receptions and dinners.


Zero Cafe + Bar Light Dishes


Zero Café + Bar Sample Menu

Crispy Garbanzo Beans
olives, Calabrian chilis

Tempura Green Beans
benne seed, sambal aioli

Basil Pesto Chickpea Hummus
housemade thyme + benne seed crackers

assortment of cheeses, apple butter, lavender honey

Sunny Side-Up Egg
hot tomato relish, Calabrian chili, grilled french bread

Shrimp Panzanella
spinach, roasted garlic, Meyer lemon

Tacos de Flores
organic chicken, salsa verde, queso fresco, house-made tortilla

Meyer Lemon Olive Oil Cake
vanilla bean gelato, rosemary and petit manseng reduction

Spiced Chocolate Budino
aubuelita chocolate, Jacobsen sea salt, pinoli biscotti


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Zero Café + Bar Cocktail Menu

Fraise de Flores
Spiced Tequila, St. Germaine, Strawberries, Peychaud Bitters

Earth and Spirit
Bols Genever, Esprit de June, Spicy St. Germaine, Cucumber, Lemongrass Syrup

The Easton Basil
High Wire vodka, Domaine De Canton, basil, lime, ginger

Plymouth Gin, Elderflower Lemonade, Lillet

Milk and Cookies
Larceny Bourbon, Horehatta Milk, Crème Yvette

Bespoke Manhattan
Larceny bourbon, Carpano, smoked maple syrup

The Pocket Chain
EG Inspiration, St. Germaine, Crème de Banana, Fernet Menta

 The Severine
Plymouth Gin, Crème Yvette, Egg White, Lemon, Champagne

The Old Fashioned Revolver
Bulleit Rye, Kahlua, Orange Bitters

Sweet Jasmine Tea


Zero Café + Bar Wine List


Louis de Grenelle – Saumur Brut Rose – NV
100% Cabernet Franc – bright, crisp and delicious sparkling rose
$12/ $45

Raventos i Blanc-Brut Cava “L Hereu”-2010
Known for its exotically perfumed bouquet of pear, orange and toasty lees
$14 / $50

Bianca Vigna Prosecco
Slightly off dry, crisp and refreshing

Dom Perignon – 2003

Zero Cafe + Bar

White Wines

Francois Merieau – Pineau D’ Aunis “La Rosee” – 2012
Refreshing, round structure, white fruit flavors with spicy white peppered finish

Chono – Reserva Sauvignon Blanc – 2011
Bright, clean, crisp with great citrus fruit and a bit of  grassy note
$9/ $35

Lucas and Lewellen – Santa Barbara County Chardonnay – 2010
Rich and luscious with trademark aromas of ripe tropical fruit and toasty pineapple flavors
$10/ $40

Oliver Savary – Chablis – 2011
Combination of rich mineral flavors, bright fruit and impeccable balance
$11/ $45

Cloudy Bay – Sauvignon Blanc 2012
Vibrant aromatics, layers of pure fruit flavors and fine structure

Domaine Vacheron-Sancerre Blanc-2012
Fabulously aromatic nose, concentrated gooseberry fruit flavors, balanced by a rich smokiness

Au Bon Climat – “Hildegard” White – 2010
Textured with white peaches, flowers, and subtle spiciness from French oak with a rich creamy finish

Red Wines

Château Vincens – Cahors L’Instant Malbec 2011
Dark fruit, wood-spiced nose, with deep flavor and medium tannins
$8/ $27

La Framboisiere – Cotes du Rhone 2011
Excellent flavor balance of raspberry, cherry, and sweet notes of spices

Au Bon Climat – Santa Barbara County Pinot Noir – 2011
Well balanced, nicely textured, brightly fruity wine pairs well with everything

Pietra Santa – Cabernet Sauvignon
Dark ripe cherries, chocolate, hints of coffee, and soft tannins


Zero Café + Bar Beer List

Allagash White

Stone IPA

Westbrook IPA

Westbrook White Thai

Avery Ellie’s Brown Ale

Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout

Duvel Belgian Ale

Doc’s Apple Cider

Anderson Valley Winter Solstice

Palmetto Pale Ale

Palmetto Lager

Bud Light

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