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For $24, you can have your own test tube stuffed with a muslin cloth that’s been dirtied with bits of Brooklyn detritus and grime. “Our team travels throughout Brooklyn staining a muslin cloth with dirt, grass and water,” bottledBrooklyn co-founder Joshua Adam Brueckner tells us. Of course, the team, including co-founder Rameses Crisi, has received some hostile feedback. (The comments on a recent Times profile are nasty.) “We’ve found the critics’ response to bB...
You haven’t seen the sun in a week. You’re hungover all the time. It’s so cold in your apartment you haven’t been fully naked in days. These are sad times, friend, and you need a little comfort, in the form of food. In the form of mac n’ cheese. DuMont’s DuMac n’ Cheese is simple and good: macaroni, gruyere and bacon baked together. Grab a growler of beer while you’re at it (pictured above). 314 Bedford...
Not only does Jordan Colon make wonderful, nothing-but-local food at his restaurant EAT, in Greenpoint, he’s actually gone all the way with the locally sourced philosophy and started making pottery upon which to serve it. Along with his girlfriend, Arla Bascon, Colon’s been firing plates and bowls in a basement kiln, and has shown a real talent for throwing pots (no, not that kind of throwing pots), making rough, elegant vessels that echo the...
We actually shrieked with glee when we first learned that East Village institution CafĂ© Mogador was opening an outpost in Williamsburg, a neighborhood that’s long been in need of higher-end, sit-down Moroccan food. Mogador’s French-inflected fare, taking cues from the Levant, the souk and the bistro, will be a wonderful oasis amid a desert of new American comfort food (which, we love, but still…). Here’s hoping their world-class brunch also makes the trip across...