BrisketTown Opening in Williamsburg
Daniel Delaney ofVendrTV
has been selling thousands of pounds of meat online and at his pop-up events. The Brooklyn native has put that money to good use and is opening up a brick and mortar in Williamsburg at 359 Bedford Avenue.
The shop, which will debut on October 31, will be called BrisketTown and will be a counter-service restaurant.
"We're working with the design duo Oliver and Evan Haslegrave of hOmE to design the space. It will be modeled after a Texas meat market. All the food will be counter service, and we're hoping to eventually have other provisions available for sale," Delaney wrote in an e-mail.
People can pre-order some of the remaining brisket by visiting briskettown.com, while supplies last.
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