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At the former site of Mettā—the Fort Greene restaurant that specialized in wood-fired Argentinian cooking—has revamped with a new name and concept at the same space. Now called Rhodora—named after the Ralph Waldo Emerson poem—the new iteration will focus on being an industry leader for sustainability. The Oberon Group (behind other Brooklyn hits like Rucola and June) offer a fairly simple menu of tinned fish, cheeses and a robust wine program, to reduce their carbon footprint. They pledge that they will only source ingredients that can be recycled, upcycled or composted.