Hank’s, the new casual restaurant from the team behind Henri’s Cheese and Wine Shop, is now open in Windsor Park. Hank’s, found on 5811 Berkman Drive, is billed as a combination of a coffee shop during the day and restaurant and bar after 4 p.m.
Everything at Hank’s is made in-house, including bread, pastas, pastries, and thus can often be altered to fit vegan or gluten-free dietary restrictions. The casual menu features easygoing dishes like burgers, sandwiches, salads, tacos, and larger entrees (fried chicken with hot honey, steak, wood-grilled salmon). Plus there’s an array of cakes and tarts for dessert. The bar has a full cocktail menu, including frose.
Eater photographer Courtney Pierce took a tour through the plant-filled, Western-influenced space from designed by Ben May Design and Claire Zinnecker Design. The firm made sure the restaurant had warm woods and lots of light to feel comfortable and organic. Take a peek below.
Both Henri’s and Hank’s were named for co-owner Andy Means’s grandfather, whose formal name was Henri but went by Hank. Henri’s closed in 2016 following a fire.
Hank’s has two distinct sections, plus a drive-through and dog-friendly patio. For the time being the cafe is open from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. (with a limited lunch menu starting at 11 a.m.), and the restaurant and bar are open from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. (midnight on Fridays and Saturdays).