Named after the Norwegian goddess of hunting and skiing, Skadi feels more like eating in someone’s home—if that someone was obsessed with modern Scandinavian design. It’s a small space with a good view into the open kitchen, and you’ll almost definitely end up talking to the chef, who walks around schmoozing with tables and greeting people as they arrive. The Nordic-inspired food, though, isn’t like anything you’d whip up at home—the menu includes dishes like Duroc pork belly confit with roast spiced tenderloin and jagerwurst sausage. If you’re with friends who never have anything good to say about Mammoth’s restaurant scene, check out Skadi.
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