Eater Inside: The Brooklyn Star

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Williamsburg: Coming off a weekend of friends and family previews, Momofuku and Rusty Knot alum Joaquin Baca's solo venture The Brooklyn Star is pretty much finished up and ready to go at 33 Havemeyer, right between the Bedford and Lorimer L stops in Williamsburg. Sadly, and isn't this always the case, the city isn't quite ready to give them the final go ahead to open on Thursday as planned (some insiders tell us it's probably due to that glorious brick oven, a pain to get permits for).

So while we wait for final word on the opening, let's take a look around at the small space, formerly the beloved Brick Oven Gallery, and Baca's comfort food menu, below.

Bread
Cornbread $4
Buttermilk Pancakes $4

Small
Wedge Salad with Bacon Buttermilk $6
Half Dozen Raw BBQ Oysters $18
Summer Squash Casserole $8
Dr. Pepper Ribs $16
Fried Green Tomatoes with Roasted Tomato Vinaigrette $9
Sweet Tea Chicken Wings $11
Black Eyed Peas and Rice $7
Fried Pig Tails $11
Mac and Cheese $9

Big
Country Fried Steak with Mashed Potatoes and Hot Slw $12
BBQ Catfish with Grits and Fried Cucumbers $14
Chicken and DUmplings $12
Whole Trout, Creamed Corn $16
Smothered Porkchop, Scalloped Tomatoes and String Beans $16
Pan Roasted Skirt Steak, Twice Baked Potato and Asparagus $19
Meatloaf, Collard Greens, Tomato Gravy, and Mashed Potatoes $16

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