Littleneck is now open in Gowanus with chowder, clams and lobster roll on the menu.
Photo via Littleneckbrooklyn.com.
By Carroll Gardens Food Writer Erin Behan
Littleneck, the New England-style clam shack in Gowanus that was funded in part by Kickstarter, opened Wednesday night. Alan Harding helms the restaurant’s kitchen, which is currently open for dinner, with lunch and brunch to follow. Eater
Shelsky’s Smoked Fish gets in the spirit of fall with its pumpkin spiced pickled herring and pumpkin spiced house-cured salmon (limited availability).
In Mile End news, the Boerum Hill restaurant has an expansion planned for a takeout counter in Manhattan. New York Times
The forthcoming The Hallows restaurant and bar on Sackett Street (from Black Mountain Wine House owners) is having a hard time getting its liquor license. Brooklyn Paper
Buttermilk Channel has free corkage on Tuesday nights. Eater
Local Roots NYC has pulled together a Thanksgiving delivery-style CSA (now that’s smart) with turkey, veggies, fruit, bread and baking shares available.
Order your Thanksgiving feast at Court Street Grocers (download the form). Options include a bird (standard or heritage) and sides such as stuffing with sausage, roasted fall veggies and cranberry orange relish.
The last day to order a Thanksgiving feast from Naturally Delicious is Nov. 18. The free-range natural birds are delivered ready to cook, and sides include roasted brussels sprouts with smoked bacon and glazed sweet potatoes. Order by Nov. 1 and get a free pie.
Prime Meats is offering a limited quantity of uncooked Amish Lancaster County turkeys. As well, the restaurant’s three-course Thanksgiving menu includes apple chestnut soup, confit turkey leg and pretzel dumpling stuffing and pumpkin pie. Reservations are accepted.