photo credit: David A. Lee
This tiny, subterranean Fort Greene restaurant served a beloved five-course tasting menu for the first few years of its existence, but they recently relaunched as completely à la carte. The new dishes are a little different from your typical Paris-inspired natural wine bar in Brooklyn, and thankfully, they're also bigger than most. Options like a poached skate salad and a clam pasta are both entrée-sized and delicious. The energy here remains great, as does the wine list, and we're delighted to be able to enjoy both in a more informal way now.
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