Good news Windsor Terrace, you’re getting some new restaurants!
According to our managing editor, Windsor Terrace has a “limited” restaurant scene, but it appears that that’s about to change in a very major way. Today, DNAinfo shared news of what’s to come.
First up, Bob Lenartz, the owner of Windsor Wine Merchants is planning on opening an American bistro called Krupo Grocery (named after the store that once inhabited the space) at 231 Prospect Park West. The restaurant will focus on all those menu buzzwords foodies like to hear like “seasonal” and “local” and will, according to Lenartz, be “Manhattan in quality” with weekend hour stretching to 11 p.m.
Just down the street, the folks behind Prospect Height’s Sunshine Co. and Milk Bar will open a new café called Brunswick. The café will serve breakfast, brunch and lunch (slow-braised lamb sandwich with feta cheese, roasted peppers and arugula, anyone?) alongside coffee from Counter Culture and pastries from Bluebird Coffee Shop.
At 471 16th Street, Windsor Terrace residents will soon find Brooklyn Proper, which is a collaboration between Dear Bushwick owner Julian Mohamed, bartender Ginger Warburton and seasoned chef Caitlin Whitbeck. The restaurant’s fare will be “vegetable-forward” and “reasonably priced” and will be served alongside locally-made hard cider and homemade vermouth.
Looks like it’s time to move to Windsor Terrace.
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