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Casual service style and devotion to locally sourced produce

The Scrappy Brooklyn Restaurant That Forever Changed New York’s Food Scene


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Location: NY-New York City

Story Date: 1/30/2019

Publisher: The New York Times   

Author: Marian Bull

If you’re a New Yorker with disposable income and a fondness for restaurants, you’ve likely done one of the following things: eaten a locally sourced carrot; purchased New York-raised cuts of meat at a small neighborhood shop; had dinner in Williamsburg; listened to a server rattle off the provenance of each component of your dish; sipped a glass of natural wine to the tune of some cool but obscure music.

Place Category: Food & Drink

Story Category: Editor Picks

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