Anise would like to introduce Photini®, on the left, and Phojito®, on the right. The Photini® is a perfect blend of VSOP Cognac and 12yr old Scotch accented with pho spice liqueurs. It is the most sophisticated of all drinks.


The Phojito®, on the other hand, is probably the most refreshing drink ever created. We start with 18yrs rum then add fresh limes, muddled mint leaves, and pho spice liqueurs. Come to Anise and enjoy Photini® and Phojito® exclusively! #Anise #Photini #Phojito #Cocktails #Vietnamese #BestDrinks

PHOJITO® and PHOTINI® are Federally Registered Marks, All Rights Reserved

On this International Women’s Day, Anise would like to salute all women and growing girls to aspire to be the best that you can be. At Anise, we’d like to salute one of those women, our Owner and Executive Chef, Quyen Trinh. Happy International Women’s Day! #BeTheBestThatYouCanBe #InternationalWomenSDay #Anise #GoldenTriangle

Meet Quyen Trinh, Anise’s Executive Chef. Culinary trained at Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts in Boulder, Colorado, Quyen is the creative mind behind Anise’s nearly perfect 5 star ratings as per all the foody social media sites. When Quyen is not busy in the kitchen, she can be seen FOH greeting guests and sharing with them her passion for Anise. #Anise #Vietnamese #ExecutiveChef

Banh Mi (Vietnamese Baguette) made its debut in Vietnam around 1830s; and just like Pho, it went through many changes due to wars, migrations, and different cultural tastes. Banh Mi continues to morph itself since its introduction to the Western culinary scene since 1975 after the Vietnam War. In America, if there’s another Vietnamese dish that stands on its own next to the mighty popularity of Pho, it has to be Banh Mi.

Banh Mi is a combination of 2 Vietnamese words – banh and mi. The Vietnamese uses “banh” for pretty much anything that’s made from the Polysaccharides form of Carbohydrates that provide the starches and fiber in your diet. For example, “pho noodle” is called “banh pho” in Vietnamese. “Mi” is the Vietnamese word for wheat.

In America, Banh Mi is synonymous for a delicious Vietnamese sandwich/hoagie/sub that starts with a baguette and filled with scrumptious goodies and fresh vegetables.

At Anise, our delicious Banh Mi is baked in house and can be enjoyed with pork, beef, chicken, vegan tofu, or a special combination of the best Vietnamese hams. All are filled with our freshest vegetables and pickled carrots and daikons.

What can you get for $6 now a day? Not a whole lot but go to Anise during Happy Hour and that $6 can get you a lot of yummy in my tummy appetizers and refreshments. Every weekday from 4-6PM, Anise features a Happy Hour menu with $6 appetizers, $6 Chardonnay or Cabernet, $6 for 2 beers, and $6 for a double shot of wells drink. #HappyHour #Beer #Wine #Appetizer #Anise