Brooklyn, NY 11215
- Sun 10am-3pm, Tue-Fri 5pm-11pm, Sat 10am-11pm
- MasterCard, Visa, Discover
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Delivery, Private Party, Fireplace
- Brunch, Dinner
- Full bar
- Recommended, Accepted
- No Parking
Village Voice's Description
This rustic spot--off the beaten path on a shady side street, occupying an antique Victorian storefront--is just what the south Slope needed. Sourcing ingredients from farms upstate, the menu features rib-sticking lamb loin and rib-eye steak, taking a kinky turn with granola-encrusted skate wing and scallops draped with oxtail. Soups are a particularly strong point, featuring rutabaga, squash, and other winter vegetables, decorated with colorful squiggles of flavored oil. Caveat: The menu needs more vegetarian entrées.
Tips from foursquare
The restaurant I miss most after leaving Park Slope. Their brunch biscuits make me want to eat there every weekend.
Great date spot! especially in the winter. get the rabbit.
Though both the kitchen and dining rooms appear more cozy than cutting-edge, the plates served are mini-masterpieces of a much higher caliber than their humble neighborhood digs suggest.
Can't go wrong with this neighborhood gem. Owners are wonderful presence and cocktails are seasonal and delicious. Fireplace is great in winter.
Leave the waitstaff a BIG tip. They are definitely the nicest, most gracious lot around.To wit: mothers day-lots of waiting and annoyed patrons. But waitress supreme brings out biscuits+smiles. Aces.
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