“A fiddle twanged in the background as my dining partner and I looked over our menus at Delaware and Hudson,” writes Zachary Feldman in this week’s restaurant review. Patti Jackson’s Williamsburg restaurant, he explains, channels the mid-Atlantic by way of Italy, giving a sturdier definition, at least, to New American cuisine in the process.
How is the food? Take a look at Bradley Hawks’ photos, and then read the full review to find out.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on August 27, 2014