If you came to our fabulous Valentine’s Market yesterday you’ll be well aware that the annual celebration of love etc. is fast approaching. And the fact that it falls on a Saturday this year means that it’s even harder than usual to opt out by ‘working late’.
In case you’re in line for a romantic dinner à deux (or trois, or dix), here’s a run down on some of Greenpoint’s finest who’re laying on special menus for the occasion (as well as their usual fare):
Adelina’s (159 Greenpoint Ave) Greenpoint’s coziest Italian is offering a four-course prix-fixe for $60 with seatings at 7pm and 9pm. Highlights include: -Burrata, prosciutto, balsamic fig jam and mint -Pollo al limone: Free range chicken breast with lemon & red onion puree -Chocolate hazelnut mousse Reservations:[email protected] / 347-763-0152 *** They also have some very beautiful, affordable flower arrangements available for pre- order ($25-$60)***
Dragging your spangly heels and not yet made plans for NYE? How about raising a glass over a tasty dinner that you haven’t had to cook and that’s close enough to home that you can walk back afterwards?
Here’s just a handful of the food and drink events that’ll be going on around Greenpoint as we roll towards the beckoning future of twenty fifteen:
Regular visitors to Greenpoint Library (and indeed anyone who frequently crosses the intersection of Norman and Leonard) may have noticed that changes have been afoot around that area recently. Antek, a Polish restaurant noted for its fine pierogi, has closed down and in its place has arisen a charming new French bistro, Le Fond.
The creation of Le Fond (105 Norman Ave) involves a fruitful collaboration of the old and new. It came about when Antek owner Stanislawa (Stasha) Prenkiewicz advertised on Craigslist for somebody with a strong vision and business plan to come onboard and relaunch her restaurant. The ad was answered by local chef Jake Eberle, who’d been looking for the right opportunity to open his first business. Stasha was excited by Jake’s proposal and a new partnership was born. She handed him creative control of the space whilst remaining involved as a silent partner. Continue reading →