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St. Anselm

355 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211 | Williamsburg | 718-384-5054
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  • Fork in the Road: Best of
    Long before David Hasselhoff became a Teutonic favorite, Germany gave us the cooked-meat puck known as the hamburger, and we think it's safe to say we came away the victors in that cultural...
  • Fork in the Road: Extra Helpings
    L'Apicio will greet the warm weather with its 26-seat outdoor patio. Guests can now dine outside and order new spring-inspired dishes like gnocchi with morel mushrooms, polenta with rabbit...
  • Dining:
    Last year's biggest restaurant tease was St. Anselm. Rather obscurely named after an 11th-century archbishop of Canterbury, the place opened in Williamsburg without a liquor license in May...
  • Fork in the Road: Picture This ... and This
    Three Kinds of Eggplants is one of the Saint's best dishes, with some fried goat cheese on the side. This week, Counter Culture pries open the door of the Dining Cathedral of St. Anselm....
  • Fork in the Road: Under Review
    This week in the Voice, Robert Sietsema finds mostly hits and a few misses at the recently reopened St. Anselm: "The appetizers were terrif. ... Which is not to say a steady hand always...
  • Fork in the Road: Vegetarian Delights of NYC
    The dish is called "grilled tomato and burrata," but you'll recognize it for what it really is -- a Caprese salad, named after Italy's Isle of Capri. You'd think someone would have tried...

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