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New American cuisine made from local, sustainable ingredients served in a relaxed setting.- Google
People talk about brunch, homey, farm to table, local food and pork belly
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reviewed 3 months ago
The menu here changes with the season and is dependent on what is ready to eat from their farm. The food is incredibly fresh, and the free bread comes with an assortment of tasty spreads. The chef likes to experiment, so if the waiter suggests something that sounds a bit weird, take a chance and order it; I was pleasantly surprised one visit when I had their bacon ice cream. After dinner, you get a couple of chocolate truffles with the bill too!
reviewed 5 months ago
Small menu that manages to pack a serious seasonal punch. I went there recently for my birthday. The daily special was delicious - braised Vermont lamb with a French green lentil ragout. Ask for tips on cocktails - they even have special ones for dessert!
reviewed 6 months ago
I simply love the company that I was with that night. The food wasn't bad either. The meat was all locally grown and you could definitely tell the difference. You must go here if you are in BKLYN
reviewed 11 months ago
Probably my favorite local brunch spot in Park Slope. If I go 3 weeks without their bacon I start going through withdrawal. Menu rotates a bit but if you can catch the veal bolognese with poached eggs, you'll be doing well. Great bloody marys with tasty craft brew "beer backs" (4oz glass comes free with the bloody mary to cleanse your palate a bit from the tasty burn).
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