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Talde is a Casual Asian-American Restaurant & Bar brought to you by Chef Dale Talde, David Massoni, and John Bush. The 65-seat restaurant offers guests a casual and comfortable, yet elevated, dining experience, showcasing Asian-American fare reflective of the distinct cultural and culinary experiences of Executive Chef/Partner Dale Talde. Setting the scene at TALDE is an impressive collection of Asian mahogany wood-carvings that Bush and Massoni salvaged from an antiques warehouse in Pennsylvania. Another focal point of the restaurant space is the 6-seat chef’s counter with views into the open kitchen, where guests can watch and interact with Chef Talde and his team as they work.
The Union Hall is a 5,000 square foot bar, restaurant and live music venue in the heart of Park Slope, Brooklyn.
It offers cozy firesides, a stately library, two indoor bocce courts, outdoor garden seating, and a downstairs bar and music venue. New York Press says Union Hall "offers downtown style mixed with Brooklyn's trademark down-to-earth friendliness."
Thistle Hill Tavern is a casual, seasonal restaurant and bar brought to you by Chef Dale Talde, David Massoni and John Bush serving American tavern fare and handcrafted cocktails. John and Bar Manager Bill Riley have complemented the restaurant’s menu with a cocktail and wine program which reflects the restaurant’s commitment to local ingredients. Thistle Hill’s dining room is handsomely outfitted with original mahogany wood floors, exposed brick and ivory walls lined with wainscoting. The restaurant is also decorated with a collection of antique photos, prints and ephemera representing Brooklyn’s storied history and iconic personalities.
Ganso is a Japanese restaurant that proudly serves its own sophisticated versions of ramen and Japanese comfort food.
Alma is a landmark in the New York dining scene. Built from the ground up, handcrafted by the four owners, each of the three floors offers a unique atmosphere. In 2002, Alma opened its doors under the auspice of Chef Gary Jacobson. Carrying on his tradition, Chef Hans Dannerhoj continues to create sophisticated and memorable cuisine. Guests flock to the roof deck year-round for brunch and dinner. The roof deck is heated in the winter and open air in the summer with unrivaled panoramic views of Manhattan. From the second floor dining room or the deck the sunsets captured at Alma are like no other.
Williamsburg Pizza's delicious pizza is handcrafted using only the finest and freshest ingredients beginning with old school Brooklyn thin crust; homemade San Marzano tomato sauce; Grande Mozzarella, Parmigiano-Reggiano or Pecorino Romano cheese – made fresh daily or imported directly from Italy. And when tossed together, the result is absolutely delicious.
German born Executive Chef Uwe along with owner Fred Urban bring authentic German food to Brooklyn. Tastes from the old country are re-created and enjoyed at the Schnitzel Haus of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. Come for lunch or dinner 7 days a week or have the staff cater an event for you in the private 2nd floor lounge complete with a full bar and veranda.
Welcome Dassara Ramen: top quality cuisine, music and art in Brooklyn.
Bar Corvo is a restaurant and bar offering a menu that is primarily Italian. Located in Crown Heights, near the Brooklyn Museum, Bar Corvo welcomes families and offers outdoor seating in the warmer seasons. Reservations are not taken. Tables are available on a first come, first served basis.
Ramen Yebisu offers Sapporo-style ramen created by chef Akira Hiratsuka from Hokkaido Japan. Chef Hiratsuka has crafted the menu at Yebisu from years of experience as a head chef at the renowned Yakitori Totto where he helped pioneer truly authentic Japanese Yakitori in New York City. Growing up in Sapporo on Japan’s Northernmost island of Hokkaido, chef Hiratsuka learned from a tradition of cuisine that uses the finest seafood from the Northern Japan Sea, fresh locally grown vegetables, and a thicker style noodle typical of Sapporo ramen.
Yebisu’s Ramen, also known as “Nama-Men” is made with a special home-made, extremely fresh unheated moist noodle. Yebisu ferments noodles for 48 hours and serve the noodle within a day giving the noodles a superior taste and texture.
Ramen Yebisu has created a unique ramen experience combining Sapporo-style soup with our signature noodles.
We are a 13,000 square foot indoor / outdoor restaurant, bar and beer garden with 60 tap lines, an indoor bar as well as an outdoor cargo bar and 3 bocce ball courts.