This new Crown Heights destination for Jewish and Eastern European cuisine has stand-out breakfast, lunch, and pastry shop offerings. Led by chef Jeremy Salamon, the menu features dishes like Pogacsa, a Hungarian cheese biscuit topped with a fried egg, dill, and alpine cheddar; and a Tuna Melt with pickled peppers. The Country Club Plate offers a sampling of cured salmon, chicken liver mousse, deviled eggs, and more for a full taste of all that Agi’s Counter has to offer.
This new Crown Heights destination celebrates Hungarian food and is led by chef Jeremy Salamon (The Eddy, Hungarian pop-up Fond, Buvette) and named after his grandmother. The breakfast, lunch, and pastry shop serves Jewish and Eastern European cuisine that’s influenced by local produce and has traditional items like Lebarkase (pork pate) and Palascinta (rolled crepes) plus sandwiches and other bites on the regular menu—and Sacher Torte on Fridays. For a few days during Hanukkah, Salamon is offering a Latke Soiree menu, which includes a build-your-own latke plate with four latkes served with salmon roe, sour cream, apple jam, and herbs.