Potlikker

FriedOysterPankcake

338 Bedford Ave – Williamsburg, Brooklyn American Cuisine, Farm to Table no website Not having been to the Queen’s Hideaway in Greenpoint, we had never heard of Liza Queen until the very publicized opening of Potlikker in Williamsburg.  We never get to Brooklyn even though new restaurants are popping up daily that sound amazing.  So when we went to our friend’s art show, Red Bull Curates at Villian, we thought it would be an opportune … Continue reading

Marlow & Sons

Oysters

Local Ingredients http://marlowandsons.com/ 81 Broadway – Williamsburg, Brooklyn Food was fresh, delicious, creative and the service was amazing. We had lunch, so I am sure dinner is more spectacular. The atmosphere was tight, but very cozy. There is a shop/cafe in the front and the restaurant/bar is in the rear. Also, Marlow & Daughters is a butcher/produce shop a few doors down – we bought the House Liver Pate to go. Nicole Feldhaus, a friend, … Continue reading

Fornino

Fornino

We really enjoyed the calzones at this somewhat famed pizza spot. We had spent the day in Williamsburg with Steve’s family and went to a show at the Brooklyn Bowl, so we were a bit toasted and needing some food. The pizzas looked fantastic, but we opted for the calzones. They were really amazing. Calzones (served w/Watercress Salad): Tomato, Mozzarella, Ricotta, Parmesan, $14 Prosciutto, Cherry Tomatoes, Mixed Mushrooms, Ricotta, Mozzarella, $14 Warnings: Hipster alert!! Small … Continue reading