Quite a while ago we went explore Concord Hill with seasonal american food, located in East Williamsburg. We were amazed with what Kate – one of the owners – did with the place.
They opened in November 2014 and serve delicious seasonal American food!
To start, the place is extremely charming! When Kate told me that the restaurant was actually built by family and friends, I was stunned!
We mean, when you’re with a tight budget, there is nothing more gratifying and precious than having your family and friends get hand-on and help out, right?
Also, the décor has metal chairs, beautiful reclaimed wooden tables and the details are scattered mostly in white and blue color.
Kate talked to us and gave us a full explanation of how it all came to life:
“My dad and my friends helped build the restaurant. We built the tables, the bar, redid the storefront, we made the wooden boards for our toast plates and our dutch door, all from reclaimed wood from our third partners house upstate.
In conclusion, it was an amazing experience for us to make everything and it was most certainly a labor of love. We set out to serve the kind of food that we want to eat when we go out: super fresh with high quality ingredients and an approachable wine list.
Essentially we wanted to please people in a creative manner through food.”
Well, we have to agree that they’ve achieved their goal! Everything we ate made us extremely pleased!
Plus, the avocado toast is instantly addictive . OMG, so good! You’ll definitely love the place!
Lastly, if you want a place to go for drinks later in the day, a few blocks from there is Beco – a place where the cool Brooklyn kids hang!
Hours: Every day from 11am – 11pm; serve $1 oysters & drink specials every day 4pm – 6pm!!!
Location: 374 Graham Avenue
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Concord Hill