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L’Espalier’s menus are based on a prix fixe concept — the standard in Europe — and these multi-course samplers are available at dinner and at lunch, when an à la carte menu is also available. First courses for lunch start at $15, the five-course Degustation Tasting Menu is $60 without beverage pairings and the Chef's Tasting Menu is $100 without pairings. Dinner starts at $90 for a three-course menu, $110 for a six-course Degustation Tasting Menu, $110 for the six-course vegetable option or $200 for the Chef’s Tasting Journey, in which the menu is customized for your table. Wine pairings at dinner start at an additional $65 for four pairings and are $130 for the tasting journey. In the Salon, however, the light bites menu has small plates starting at $4 for hors d'oeurvres or escargot. Samplers (slightly larger than bites) are $8, plates are $15 and signature desserts are $14. Caviar is available starting at $35 for a half ounce up to $240 for an ounce, oysters are $4 each and cheese flights can be purchased in various sizes starting at $16.