They are teaming up with a former chef from the popular restaurant Okonomi to open a new spot at the A/D/O co-working space in Greenpoint called Rule of Thirds. You may recall that Norman recently closed at the same address. In addition to Japanese izakaya, they’ll serve a version of the malted pancakes from Sunday in Brooklyn — a customer favorite — though as a riff on a Japanese souffle pancake served with honey maple butter.
The team behind popular Williamsburg restaurant Sunday in Brooklyn, plus the ex-chef of Japanese hit Okonomi, will open an all-day Japanese cafe in Greenpoint this fall.
Rule of Thirds will be located within the branded A/D/O co-working space backed by BMW’s small car brand Mini, a space that previously held seasonal Scandinavian restaurant Norman.
The new place will be a bento-slinging spot during the day and an izakaya-style hangout by night. Large, sharable dishes like tonkatsu, hot pot, and Japanese mixed rice known as takikomi gohan are also expected at dinner time.
Plus, a version of the malted pancakes from Sunday in Brooklyn — a customer favorite — will be on the menu here as well, though as a riff on a Japanese souffle pancake served with honey maple butter.
Rule of Thirds will open this fall at 171 Banker Street in Greenpoint.