Porchetta at Lincoln Station
Porchetta sandwich with pickled green tomatoes at Lincoln Station
Roasted squash, kale, and leek soup at Lincoln Station
Anna Klinger, Emiliano Coppa and Jacob Somers—the team behind mobbed Brooklyn destinations Bar Corvo and al di là—put Park Slope and Crown Heights on New York's culinary map with their brand of flawless Italian home cooking and laid-back digs. At this neighborhood delicatessen (opening December 20th) chef Klinger brings her European chops to bear on soulful American fare: breakfast egg sandwiches, hamburgers, meatballs and rotisserie chicken. There's no waitstaff, so snag a table in the rustic 30-seat space decked out with exposed roof rafters, custom floral wallpaper and reclaimed bowling-alley wood. If you're grabbing food to go, be sure to fill a growler with one of the local brews on tap. 409 Lincoln Pl at Washington Ave, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn (no phone yet)
Route 66 Smokehouse
Route 66 Smokehouse opened in the Fall of 2013 on the historic Stone Street in NYC’s Financial District. It is the only establishment in the neighborhood offering authentic localized American cuisine. Chef Billy Kooper’s menu features unique twists on beloved barbecue and Americana recipes with a strong emphasis on hand-selected ingredients from artisanal vendors. The theme continues on the beverage side, with an All-American Whiskey list comprised of an array of highly allocated Bourbons, Ryes and Whiskeys, served by the ounce or two ounce.On tap is a strictly 100% craft beer menu, and the cocktail list features libations inspired by landmarks along the restaurant’s namesake, such as: Amboy Crater, Whale of Catoosa, and Tucumcari, N.M. The restaurant’s décor reflects the hometown comfort and rugged charm of the famous road that inspired its name.
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