Staring at forthcoming hotel The Dewberry from Meeting Street, you can make out a fancy light fixture where the brown paper fell slightly away from the window. The mid-century modern chandelier sits on the side of the building that houses Southern brasserie Henrietta's. While the finishing touches in the dining room signal an imminent opening, the biggest clue is the "A" from the Department of Health and Environmental Control affixed to the front door. This score means executive chef Wes Morton and chef de cuisine R.J. Dye can cook in their kitchen right now.
In addition to Henrietta's, The Dewberry will also be home to rooftop bar Citrus Club and swank lobby bar The Living Room.