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 2010, promising an emphasis on nose-to-tail eating that would have included beer-battered brains, homemade scrapple, foie gras pierogi, fried gizzard confit, and something intriguingly called "Skin 3 Way." Well, the requisite booze permit was late in arriving, so an alcohol-free St. Anselm launched with a simple but slightly disappointing menu of Jersey-style burgers and franks. These were best eaten in the magnificent backyard with a beer from next-door Spuyten Duyvil, which, along with Fette Sau across the street, formed a mini-campus of... More >>>