In Provence, there’s a saying: Â ce moment.
It means, “in this moment.” It can refer to
the moment a vegetable reaches the peak of
ripeness, the moment it’s touched by hands
that honor ancient skills and traditions, the
moment it’s cooked to perfection, and of
course, the moment it’s savored with family
and friends. These moments awaken our
senses. They fulfill comfort in us in a way
that makes us feel at home.
Chef Nick Leahy
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It is with a heavy heart that I write this message to our amazing guests. First, I want to thank you for all of your
support over the past year and change that we have been open. For now, we will be suspending our regular dinner service.
I also want to thank all of my amazing team, without whom, the last year wouldn't have been possible, and for all of
our purveyor partners, farmers, fisherman, and more who have helped along the way. We will continue to operate as a
curbside pickup restaurant for the time being so that we are able to help keep some of our team busy and our community
safe. We will be offering soups and stews, as well as our house made bread that will be available for pick up starting
at 2pm every day. All proceeds of our bread sales will be going into a fund for the team members who need help right now.
Sourdough Boules will be available for $10 along with Large Brioche for $8 and Mini Brioche Loaves for $2.
AIX and Tin Tin were founded upon the most basic principles of hospitality and allowing people to come and join us
for a respite from the everyday, and we look forward to the day when we can put all of this behind us and welcome you
back to break bread with us again. Thoughts and prayers to everyone out there...This too shall pass.