Not even sure what this category means anymore, but it certainly should go to a restaurant that follows the "local and sustainable" rubric, plus one prone to adapt traditional American recipes, too, and to develop cooking techniques and combinations of ingredients that don't owe an arm and a leg to other national cuisines. Well, all of the above describes Parish Hall, Williamsburg's more-ambitious offspring of Egg. Sure, there are still eggs on the menu (dressed eggs with herbs and onion blossoms, for example), but the purview goes far beyond that. Many of the vegetables are sourced at owner George Weld's farm, and you'll find plenty of locally caught seafood on the menu, too. 109A North 3rd Street, Brooklyn, 718-782-2602, parishhall.net (11249)

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109 N. 3rd St.
New York NY 11211
718-782-2602

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