Just in time for the weekend, here’s your regular food & drink openings round-up.
Gwynnett St: Another seasonal American Nouveau restaurant comes to Williamsburg featuring “beef-rib cap with pickled bone marrow and parsley root, and Amish chicken served alongside sweet potato, turnips and dates”. Draft beers and European wins are featured on a rotating basis. See the full listing here: http://www.freewilliamsburg.com/listings/gwynnett-st
312 Graham Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211 347.889.7002
Allswell: Allswell is the brainchild of Nate Smith, who is most well known for his popular Manhattan gastropub the Spotted Pig. The small space which seats 47 people and has vintage wallpaper that we love features “bar grub (like smoked-trout spread or spicy pork-stuffed pastry rounds); heartier dishes (such as roasted lamb or shellfish stew); and greens (including a chicory salad with figs and pomegranate). The drinks list takes a locavore slant with small-production wines and craft beers on tap, plus a selection of market-driven cocktails.”. Check out the full listing here: http://www.freewilliamsburg.com/listings/allswell
124 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211 347.799.2743
Mama’s Food Shop: You may know Mama’s Food Shop as the restaurant in the East Village that’s been open since 1995, and now they’re coming to South Williamsburg. Visit their new place to try “fried chicken, bacon-wrapped meat loaf and corn bread, plus specials, like sloppy joes or spaghetti and meatballs, based on recipes contributed by staff members’ mothers“. Not a place for a light meal, but definitely worth a visit! Check out the full listing here: http://www.freewilliamsburg.com/listings/mamas-food-shop
310 South 4th Street. Brooklyn, NY 11211 718.486.9606
Lastly, we’ve heard rumors of a new speakeasy type place named “Hermanville” opening in South Williamsburg. We’ll keep you posted.