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No. 7 - new in Fort Greene (where my 'hounds at!?)

MB fka MB | Sep 5, 200803:20 PM     4

From the NYTimes Fall Dining preview:
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/03/din...

NO. 7 Tyler Kord, who worked at Perry St., will venture beyond seasonal American fare to add touches of Eastern Europe and Korea to his menu in this elegantly windowed setting with an Art Deco-style bar and an inviting garden: 7 Greene Avenue (Cumberland Street), Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Mid-September.

This is a great looking space--lovely lit bar, long room, warm rustic floors, and a patio out back. I stopped in there last night and met Tyler and Matt. The menu looks really interesting, very "global" and with seasonal ingredients. Looks to be a soft opening this weekend...

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