A pan-inspired new American bistro with a farm-to-table philosophy. Behind the stoves, Chef Andres Valbuena (former French Laundry).
Focus is on sandwiches, but they have other food items, too. Think it's one of the best restaurants in Ft. Greene right now. Really liked the beet and watercress salads.
Best brunch side: roasted fingerling potatoes with Garlic, Thyme, Smoked Pepper Crème Fraîche
Everything is amazing but if you can, try the lamb hash brunch skillet. Don't miss the house sodas.
Pork Belly Frittata and a Bloody Betty! So good.
Ashland sandwich is to die for.
Brunch choice: skillet-baked duck egg over braised oxtail ragout with Aged Bloomsday, Oregano Pistou. Delicious.
If there for brunch, you have to try the Ashland sandwich: Scrambled Egg, Aged Bloomsday, Duck Sausage, Cilantro, Roasted Jalapeño Salsa on Pain au Lait. That salsa is amazing. Best sandwich ever.
Dark, cozy space serving well-made seasonal small plates.
Seasonal small plates in a dark, charming space.
The bartender is a chill dude.
Stroller entrance accessible. Great sandwiches. Very kind and nice service. It has a patio! Wc is downstairs and there's no changing tables.
The pork belly sandwich was delightful-the carrots, cilantro and aioli was reminiscent of a num pang sandwich but a bit more modern! Also tasted the trout sandwich-super light and equally delicious.
The duck meatball is amazing!
The Oxtail covered with duck egg is fantastic. Don't miss the mini-muffins and bourbon butter.
A truly exceptional brunch, obviously a lot of care goes into these dishes. The duck egg over oyster mushrooms is incredible and the Ashland sandwich is also good. Wash it down with ginger soda.
For brunch - try the gravey biscuit - Its surprisingly yummy! Love the oxtail duck oven egg - sooooo rich. The pancakes are so yummy - they are fluffy and perfectly crisp at edges,
Love this place but get here early for brunch. It fills quickly!
The minestrone soup, with winter vegetables, trotters and beef broth, was great, but no way it was worth $10. There are very few soups that are...
Brunch was superb, but, ironically, the sandwiches I've tried were terrible. The Grand (squid) was extremely sour and lacked balance in flavor or texture. Complete failure.
Bad, overly complicated food at inflated prices. Just paid $22 for one inedible egg on greens, stale toast and a cup of coffee.
This place used to be named the Brooklyn Sandwich Society.
This place is nutty and the staff seems unorganized but overall really good food. Get the cast iron pancake - yowza!
Took an hour for food. No hot sauce!!! Handed out Mary Jane candies but don't believe in Splenda ...
Food is decent, but the kitchen needs to get its act together. One hour wait for food? Fuggedaboutit!
No decaf coffee!
They've got gluten free bread too.