Photos: Three Dots and a Dash
The menu is the size of a newspaper, and it has pictures, which makes group decision-making easier. You'll have your choice of three punches ($50-$385, serving between three and 12 people), the most expensive of which arrives in a dry ice-filled treasure chest with a bottle of Dom Perignon.
Three Dots' small food menu isn't an afterthought. Fresh-from-the-fryer crab rangoon envelopes ($11) shatter upon biting and reveal a creamy, not-too-fishy crustacean filling, and the pork belly buns ($14) are served between miniature, slightly sweet Hawaiian rolls. Coconut shrimp ($13) arrive as piping hot curlicues primed for dipping in one of the four sauces. the scene is campy, with raffia, lanterns and servers in Hawaiian-print maxi dresses.
3 dots and a dash
Three Dots and a Dash, 435 N. Clark Street