Brooklyn, NY 11231
Wed 8am-4pm, 5pm-11pm
Thu 8am-4pm, 5pm-11pm
Fri 8am-4pm, 5pm-12am
Sat 10am-4pm, 5pm-12am
Sun 10am-4pm, 5pm-11pm
- Cuisine: American Contemporary
- Meals Served: Dinner and Weekend Brunch
- Price Range: $$ ($9-$15)
- Alcohol: Beer and Wine
- Bar Style: Wine, Neighborhood, and Pub
Red Hook's coziest bar, restaurant and homegoods store (formerly Tini Wine Bar before being absorbed into its sister shop Home/Made) offers biodynamic and organic wines by the glass, as well as off-the-beaten-trail beers on tap. The food menu features not-so-small plates, like pears and gorgonzola on walnut bread bruschetta with truffled honey, and carmelized onion, gruyere and ham tarte. Most of the dishes are made from locally grown produce (from neighborhing Added Value-Red Hook Farm) and the eggs in your brunch come from nice local hens. A backyard for beer, wine and grilling offers an airy and welcome beacon for two tables of hungry and thirsty Red Hookers (Hookites?).
The store: Chef/designer Monica Byrne and metal artist Leisah Swenson have collaborated on a home-goods store (significantly more manageable than Ikea) that stocks everything from candles, linens and industrial antiques to vintage pieces from old warehouses—as well as hand-crafted furniture courtesy of Swenson.
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