Co-owner of The Elderberry House Jonathan Rosenson said that the decision to relax the eatery’s dress code came from a multitude of reasons. Photo by Edward Smith
One of the Central Valley’s most elegant resort stops is joining a list of fine-dining restaurants relaxing its dress code.
Last week, The Business Journal did a story on the evolving dress standards at fine dining restaurants following an announcement from one of Manhattan’s most famous restaurants that it is no longer requiring jackets for men.
Now, The Elderberry House in Oakhurst is doing the same.
Co-owner of The Elderberry House Jonathan Rosenson
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A Midtown eatery says it supports having a dress code in place and says it’ll start implementing the new rules soon.
Taste Bar + Kitchen on Bagby, known for its southern comfort food, posted an announcement on Instagram Monday saying it supports the implementation of a dress code policy recently sparked by The Turkey Leg Hut, which is located just a few miles away.
“We not only support the new Turkey Leg Hut dress code, we will also be enforcing it here at Taste Bar + Kitchen,” read the announcement.