Newly opened in the coastal town of Easton, Maryland, The Stewart offers scotch lovers a dedicated address for indulging. With only 26 seats and a select small plate menu of choice options including Osetra caviar, lobster and smoked duck breast, The Stewart limits beverage choices to vintage Champagne and a list of single-malt scotches — many exclusive, ranging up to $496 for a two-ounce pour.
The cozy lounge and bar feature décor of dark woods, plaid textiles and antique design elements, including an 18th-century walnut and brass chimney with a classic Trumeau mirror.
Here’s what you can look forward to: Among Scotch choices (prices are for a two-ounce pour) are Gordon & Macphail Speymalt Macallan 1950 (at $496); Gordon and Macphail Glen Grant 1954 (at $500); Laphroaig 32 year (at $310); Bunnahabhain 25 year (at $104); Glenfarclas 40 year (at $192); and Highland Park 12 year (at $182).
In the realm of bubbly things, Champagne choices include Krüg Clos du Mesnil 2002 ($1,800 a bottle); Salon Blanc de Blanc Le Mesnil 2006 ($900 a bottle); and Bollinger Francaises VV 2007 ($1,400 a bottle). When to go: The Stewart is open Wednesday through Saturday, 5–11 p.m. at 3 Federal St.
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