Restaurant Review: Montesacro Pinseria BK

Located in the heart of East Williamsburg, Monescaro Pinseria brings old world Rome to Brooklyn. This recently opened West Coast import ┬áhas a beautiful outdoor dining area and very delicious food. When we went, they still hadn't gotten their liquor license, so we BYOB'ed. We started out our meal with the porchetta, thick, shredded slices … Continue reading Restaurant Review: Montesacro Pinseria BK

Restaurant Review: Misi New York

  One of the hottest new restaurant's in Brooklyn is Chef Missy Robbins (of Lilia fame)'s latest venture: Misi New York. Here the focus is pasta. With a small menu, there is not a lot to select from, but everything is very carefully curated. This is why former ADA Jared Mogil and I decided to … Continue reading Restaurant Review: Misi New York

Restaurant Review: Au Cheval

Infamous in Chicago for their over-the-top burger and long waits, Au Cheval (as in put an egg on it) has come to New York. Opening up recently in Tribeca, we headed down early on a Friday evening to put our names in for a table. Although they do take some reservations and have a full … Continue reading Restaurant Review: Au Cheval

Classic New York: The Clover Club

At the heart of the Brooklyn cocktail renaissance is Cobble Hills' Clover Club. For the past decade, bartenders here have been known of their innovative cocktail creations. In fact, a few years ago, I took a cocktail making course at the Brooklyn Kitchen with one of the Clover Club's owners and head bartenders Tom Macy. … Continue reading Classic New York: The Clover Club