Brooklyn Food & Drink Round-Up


Since 1963 Opens in Trout Space
102 Smith Street (at Pacific Street)
Trout's outdoor bar remains, but now the interior space has reopened as a barbecue joint. Chowhound SteakNut says, "It's market style, like Hill Country. I had a really good pulled pork sandwich there, which consisted of two 'mini' sandwiches. The buns were a tad stale, but the mass of meat and the pairing with pineapple salsa made up for it... And where else are you going to find Lone Star for $3?!" Has anybody else visited Since 1963 yet?

More Brooklyn Bar and Restaurant Openings
Time Out New York says that Fort Greene is getting its first German beer garden: Der Schwarze Kölner (710 Fulton St at South Oxford St) will have 18 brews on tap, 20 by the bottle, and both indoor and outdoor seating... Time Out also reports that Café Grumpy, which already has locations in Greenpoint and Chelsea, is opening their third branch in Park Slope (383 Seventh Ave between 11th and 12th Sts), and it'll be equipped with two Clover machines... Brooklyn Based says that "Stephen Tanner, one of the original owners of Pies ‘n’ Thighs and a cook at Egg, will be the chef at the new restaurant taking over Black Betty" in Williamsburg... Eat to Blog says that Istanbul Turkish Cuisine is opening in the old NoNo Kitchen space in Park Slope (293 7th Ave at 7th St)... Eating in Translation reports that a new kebab and beer joint called Kebeer is set to open in Brighton Beach (1003 Brighton Beach Ave at Coney Island Ave)... And, finally, despite reports from on-site workers that Calexico is supposed to open this week, local Chowhound oohlah remains skeptical: "There's definitely been some progress, but, as before, I think their estimates are way off. Maybe they'll open by July."

After the jump: Reviews of Glass Shop in Crown Heights, Watty & Meg in Cobble Hill, and Enoteca on Court in Carroll Gardens...

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