Thursday, September 20, 2012

New restaurants coming soon!

The NY Times recently put out a fall preview for restaurants coming to different areas.  You can check out their list below.  We've blogged about a few ourselves.  Red Gravy was on their list but since we've already written about it we left it out. Check out Nightingale 9! (Pic above taken from their facebook) There's been a big buzz around this restaurant, which shares owners with neighborhood favorite Seersucker!

FLETCHER’S BROOKLYN BARBECUE Matt Fisher, known in barbecue and chile cook-off circles, will be the pitmaster, and Bill Fletcher, who had a Brooklyn advertising and design agency, will run the show. (Late September): 433 Third Avenue (Seventh Street), Gowanus. 

GANSO Ramen is the name of the game for Harris Salat, who met the chef Ryuji Irie at Matsuri when he was writing cookbooks with the former Matsuri chef Tadashi Ono. The two go beyond a ramen repertory with Japanese fried chicken, steamed short-rib buns and shrimp tempura by way of Buffalo, with a blue cheese sauce. The setting, with a counter and booths, is done in pale woods. (Sept. 17): 25 Bond Street (Livingston Street), Downtown Brooklyn, (718) 403-0900.
NIGHTINGALE 9 Robert Newton of Seersucker and Smith Canteen has been nurturing a passion for Vietnamese food and recently ate his way from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City to try his hand at the cuisine. (December): 345 Smith Street (Carroll Street), Carroll Gardens.

RUNNER & STONE A brick-and-mortar (or flour-sack-and-concrete) bakery and restaurant on three levels with two kitchens — one for baking, one for cooking — is the work of two men who have been popular vendors in the flea markets: Peter Endriss, who baked at Per Se and Bouchon Bakery, and Chris Pizzulli, who was at the Blue Ribbon Brasserie in Park Slope. There will be a full dinner menu in the evening. (Late September): 285 Third Avenue (Carroll Street), Gowanus.

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