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Brooklyn Artisan Bakehouse 529 East New York Avenue (Between Brooklyn Ave. & Kingston Ave.) Brooklyn, NY 11225

www.BrooklynAB.com

529 East New York Avenue (Between Brooklyn Ave. & Kingston Ave.)
Brooklyn, NY 11225

347-292-1382







SEASONAL MENU

SOUPS
Corn Bisque
Jerusalem Artichoke
Sweet Pea

SALADS
Tuna Nicoise
Young Spinach
House Salad
Chopped Salad
Kale and Quinoa
Caesar
Hearts of Palm
Baby Beet
Arugula

TARTINES

Smoked Salmon
Tomato Mozzarella Basil
Roasted butternut Squash
Egg Arugula Goat Cheese
Grilled Vegetable and Pesto
Candied baby Beets and Walnut
Asparagus with Ricotta and Mint Chiffonade
Tuna Melt Pattie
Butternut Squash

information about Brooklyn Artisan Bakehouse
RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
OK

Hours
Sunday-Friday 7am-9pm
Saturday: 8:30 PM- 12:00 AM

Cuisine: Cafe
Avg. Check: $10 - $15
Attire: Casual

Succah On Succot: Yes
Nine Days Menu: Yes
Open for Pesach: No

RESERVATIONS Not Necessary


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ABOUT Brooklyn Artisan Bakehouse

With its rustic decor, down to earth ambiance and flavorful menu, Brooklyn Artisan Bakehouse in Crown Heights has been around for almost a year with their breads available in most supermarkets. Owner, Levy Krinsky started the bakery several years ago after a bread-making hobby while working in real estate turned into a full-time gig. Krinsky wanted to utilize the front of his store which has a simple decor along with a long "L" shaped bar. His goal was to open a cafe that specializes in the finest homemade breads topped with the finest ingredients. And so the cafe was born.

The menu includes soups, salads and tartines. The Corn Bisque, which shouldn't be compared to a Cream of Corn Soup, has a nice smooth taste with bits of corn kernels in it. The tartines, known as open faced sandwiches are what everyone will be asking for and the Tomato and Cheese Caprese salad with melted mozzarella and drizzled balsamic vinaigrette is one of the highlights as is the gravlax and cheese with capers in a croissant. Be sure to try the Roasted Butternut Squash with Arugula, the Avocado and Sunny-Side Up open face, the Tuna Nicoise Salad with Egg and vegetables; and finally one of the many delectable pastries made in house.

These creative combinations and selection will make you rethink the ordinary. Brooklyn Artisan Bakehouse is a great choice for a Sunday Brunch or afternoon meal. The menu is constantly changing so each visit will be unique.

 


Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group: 


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