48 S. 4th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11249
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  • Sun 4pm-12am, Mon-Sat 6pm-3:30am
Born of a successful Brooklyn Flea sandwich stand, Park Slope pop-up Landhaus serves the kind of meaty, casual, ethically sourced food that is much beloved in that borough. Helmed by Matthew Lief, formerly of another hard-hitting sandwich shop, Torrisi Italian Specialties, Landhaus bills itself as a "farm to sandwich" restaurant, and its specialties include a heritage pork meatball sandwich, a grass-fed short rib sandwich, and grilled maple bacon sticks. But Lief does not neglect vegans and vegetarians on the shop's short menu, also serving butternut squash soup with ginger and coconut, and an herb-roasted mushroom sandwich--plus goodies like homemade mint lemonade. The small airy shop features counter seating and a Mrs. Pac-Man game, plus drawings of vegetables and a giant chalkboard on the back wall. Because it's a pop-up, Landhaus will only be in the storefront through spring, when it will be taken back over by People’s Pops, a natural popsicle purveyor. --Diana Clarke

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