Designed like a European train station cafe, Station is bringing “bohemian french cuisine” to Williamsburg. Headed by a Eleven Madison alum, menu items include fillet steak provençale, duck a l’orange, and rabbit tagine.
Another Williamsburg opening, this time it’s booze. The Kent Ale House will be bringing 24 brews on tap and a full bar menu to the neighborhood. [Tasting Table]
Oat Meals in Greenwich Village has finally opened. We spotted this joint late June. They’re serving up oatmeal topped with ingredients like bacon, cheddar, and pistachios.
I-Crepe is bringing mango samosas and hot dog crepes to Midtown. The cafe also lets customers order via iPad. Free WiFi. [Midtown Lunch]
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on July 16, 2012