Last fall, after the unceremonious closing of Canary, the upscale American cocktail bar and restaurant located inside The Netherland building, future cocktail and culinary offerings looked uncertain when the previous food and beverage team walked out. Now there is new ownership in charge of the restaurant and rooftop bar and a new chef in the kitchen at the newly renamed Boho Sway at Canary. Anita Moore, the owner of Soiree Steakhouse & Oysters located in the historic 18th and Vine District, has been named the new executive chef, with local chef Chad Tillman helping her out in the kitchen. Moore and Tillman have already been posting dishes for the “posh, upscale supper club” with appetizers like frito misto, or battered and fried fresh vegetables; tuna poké tostadas; and surf and turf, which will feature roasted bone marrow and steamed crab legs with crostini and lemon parsley salad. Look for hearty entrées, such as cornbread herb-crusted lamb chops with haricots vert, crispy mushrooms, and cauliflower mash. No word on who will oversee the cocktail side of things, as we look forward to tasting this new menu at this new spot.