Matt Dillon (Sitka & Spruce, the Corson Building) calls Bar Sajor (pronounced sigh-YOUR) “a casual place for simple food,” one where you stop by for lunch or after work, and have a conversation and a drink and a snack. The menu—influenced by North Africa, Portugal, and Spain—revolves around the restaurant’s wood-fired oven, wood-fired grill, and rotisserie (there is no stove and no range). In addition to lots of Stokesberry chicken, there’s also flatbread, simple roasted vegetables, house-made yogurt, excellent seafood, and “lots of naturally fermented goodness,” like whey-fermented pickles. It is really, really good.
This place is closed.
323 Occidental Ave S,
Hours: Mon-Fri 11 am-late, limited menu on Mondays
Bar/Happy Hour, Good for Groups, Outdoor Seating, To Go
Local/Organic/Sustainable Focus, Mediterranean/Greek, Middle Eastern, New American, Spanish
Full Menu, Good for Groups, Snacks Available, Outdoor Seating
Wine Bar, Cocktail Lounge, Neighborhood Joint