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  1. Photograph: Jessica Lin
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    Beets at Glasserie

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    Chicken at Glasserie

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    Lamb at Glasserie

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    Rabbit at Glasserie

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    Antonio at Glasserie

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    Black Juice at Glasserie

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The Feed first look: Glasserie

Sarah Kramer (Reynard, Blue Hill) and Sarah Conklin (Cipriani) bring a touch of the Mediterranean coast to the gritty Greenpoint waterfront.

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In an old industrial glass factory, Sara Kramer (Reynards, Blue Hill) and Sara Conklin (Cipriani) bring a touch of the breezy Mediterranean coast to the gritty Greenpoint waterfront. Kramer—a locavore vet who also put in time at Roman's and Diner—oversees a small-plates spread with a heavy emphasis on seasonal produce. The menu spans Spain, Greece and the Middle East, in dishes such as lamb tartare alongside bulgur crackers; roasted chicken over black chickpeas and cilantro; and a whole rabbit for two, served with flaky flatbread. At the horseshoe-shaped bar, the wine list focuses on exotic locales, including Croatia, Portugal and Morocco, and cocktails follow suit, spiced with ingredients like Aleppo peppers, muddled mint and harissa. Sea-foam-green walls conjure the ocean, and potted plants enliven the rustic 72-seat interior, outfitted in whitewashed brick and framed catalog prints from the erstwhile factory. A cobblestone courtyard serves as a setting for private parties, but a terrace, transformed from the loading dock, provides riverside breezes any time of day. 95 Commercial St between Box St and Manhattan Ave, Greenpoint, Brooklyn (718-389-0640)
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