Sadie's Kitchen on Degraw near Clinton (former Chicory et al.)
Photo by Food Writer Erin Behan
BROOKLYN FOOD NEWS
South Brooklyn Pizza is set to open Buschenschank Brooklyn at Court and Sackett streets in Carroll Gardens. The Northern Italian tavern will be inspired by Italy’s Alto region and serve Italian and German beer, wine and cured meats. VV Fork in the Road
Brooklyn-based chef Sam Mason (WD-50, Tailor) is opening a mayonnaise-only shop and lab in Prospect Heights, Empire Mayonnaise. Grub Street
Expect comfort food with a Southern influence at Sadie’s Kitchen, a new Cobble Hill restaurant expected to open in early October on Degraw Street near Clinton Street (old Ultimate Burgers and Dogs, Chicory, et al). New York Times
Hanco’s Vietnamese sandwich shop expands to Brooklyn Heights, with an opening at 147 Montague Street. BococaLand
Part of the Brooklyn Municipal Building on Joralemon Street in downtown Brooklyn will be turned into a retail destination and plans include a restaurant. CG Patch
ABC’s new show “The Chew” films at Brooklyn Farmacy in Carroll Gardens @BrooklynFarmacy
Bar Bruno in Carroll Gardens now serving breakfast, lunch and brunch, in addition to dinner.
Moo Burger in Cobble Hill (old Peking 2 Chinese) has its awning up and an ad for a line cook taped to the window. Can the opening be far away? Looks like they’ve put some money into making the interior look very nice for an organic burger joint.
BROOKLYN FOOD EVENTS
A handful of Brooklyn restaurants are participating in Dine Out Irene on Sept. 25, to help local farmers devastated by flooding. Buttermilk Channel, Colonie, Franny’s, Jack the Horse Tavern and Mile End Delicatessen are among those giving 10 percent of their sales to Just Food and GrowNYC.
Get in touch with your inner carnivore on Sept. 25 at Brooklyn Beefsteak at The Bell House in Gowanus. Pitchers of McSorley’s, heaping mounds of steak, piles of bread and no utensils, plus a hillbilly boogie band.
Plan ahead for next weekend: The Atlantic Antic is Oct. 2 from noon to 6 p.m., with food, wares and entertainment lining Atlantic Avenue from Hicks Street to Fourth Avenue.