No, Brooklyn Girl is not a new American Girl doll that comes with a fixie unicycle, a bottle of kombucha, and a DIY arm-tat kit. Instead it's an eclectically decor'd neighborhood eatery from a husband-and-BK-born-wife team (formerly behind recently-closed Trattoria Acqua) where patrons'll be served as-local-as-possible New American fare on Amish-built tables made in Penn, which is one of the only things those dudes can use anyway.
The fluctuating menu will range from smaller bites like Baja roasted corn with cilantro/ cotija/ lime, to oyster sliders with a whole grain mustard aioli, to head-to-tail wood-fired animals like free-range duck with ginger & honey. They'll also drop heartier numbers like Gnocchi & Short Rib with a Chianti au jus, a “Williams Burger” (with add-ables like pork belly, fried oysters, or Cherry Wood bacon), or wood-oven pies like the spicy Italian sausage/ pepperoni/ chili flake/ pepperoncini/ sweet onion/ mozz “Michael's Choice” which, unlike Sophie's Choice, will only kill the rest of your afternoon.
The wraparound liquid-kitchen's keeping all ages happy with Brooklyn's own P&H Sodas, 12 mostly local drafts alongside 26 farther-reaching bottles, nearly 60 vinos priced at $10 over wholesale, and a 10-strong house 'tail menu highlighted by the impeccably timed May Grey (gin, honeyed Earl Grey iced tea, Cointreau & lemon) and the rum/ lemon/ blueberries/ turbinado/ ginger beer “Bluebeard”, also what they called Smurfette during the period when she lived with Vanity Smurf.
The Chef's Pantry:
Starting next weekend, they'll be opening up at 7:30a to serve passerby breakfast & lunch sandos, plus pastas and smoked meats, while their full coffee bar (featuring three or four pour-over coffees per day) is certainly nothing to toy with, either.