Parish Hall - CLOSED
New York, NY 11211
- New American
- Sun 10am-10pm, Mon 11am-10pm, Tue-Fri 11am-11pm, Sat 10am-11pm
- All Major Credit Cards
- Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
- Full bar
- Not Accepted
Village Voice's Description
An extension of the widly popular Egg, Parish Hall carries the same local and seasonal sensibilities into battle like a lance, even though these principles seem somewhat quaint by this time. In fact, many of the ingredients are sourced at owner George Weld's Greene County Farm and the food sometimes has a Catskillian feel. That means root vegetable salads and nettle pesto in the winter and early spring, fresh fruit and vegetables in late summer and fall, etc. The food is often terrific at this place in Williamsburg. Of the three meals offered (lunch, brunch, and dinner), brunch is the most satisfying, including a "red flannel" hash of beets and potatoes, and dense, satisfying corncakes -- with upstate maple syrup, of course.
Tips from foursquare
food is delicious and OMFG it isn't decorated like some bullshit pull chain toilet and antiqued mirrors bullshit.
"...beautiful things happen when George Weld stays open for dinner." Silvia Killingsworth reviews Parish Hall 10/29/12: http://nyr.kr/Tvf6aj
Local and sustainable with many of the veggies coming from the owner's farm and seafood caught locally. Innovatively adapts traditional American recipes. Best of NYC Crtics' choice for best American!
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Gorgeous new restaurant! Those Egg people do good work!
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