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St. Anselm: A Cozy, Neighborhood Place In Brooklyn

Dining St Anselm Restaurant Bar

St. Anselm first opened in 2010 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and closed a while after to be reinvented as cozy, neighborhood spot to go for simple cooking.

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Their cuisine is American traditional / Steakhouse, so it’s a perfect place for the meat eaters! If you’re vegetarian or vegan, so is our Founder, Fê. She ordered a pasta when she visited the place, so you’ll be able to accompany your friends.

With a rock’n’roll soundtrack in the back, you can order a few of the top dishes by Chef Yvon de Tassigny like their grilled sardines, iceberg salad, grilled eggplants, grilled steaks, pork chop, lamb saddle, mackerel, scallops, grilled potatoes, long beans and shishito peppers.

As we said above, they have a great menu for the meat eaters. If you’re Vegetarian or Vegan, options are limited, so be prepared.

They have a gorgeous full bar, with a fantastic decoration! We love the heavy wooden counter and their super cool beer taps!

Furthermore, this is a great place to come with a big group of friends, since they are able to simply join a few tables that will accommodate you all! They noise can get a little loud, but that is just the vibe of the place.

Be sure to add this neighborhood place, St Anselm, to your list!

If you need help finding your way around Williamsburg, contact us to see all of our Concierge Services from tours and cool local guides to a BTSNYC expert advising you with a customized travel planning service.

Brooklyn can be overwhelming, specially if you’ve never been in the largest Borough in New York. But, it’s surely one of our favorite parts of NYC to explore.

Lunch Hours: Saturday & Sunday: 11:00am – 3:00pm

Dinner Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 5pm – 11pm
Friday & Saturday: 5pm – Midnight
Sunday: 5pm – 11pm

Location: 355 Metropolitan Avenue

www.stanselm.net


Photo Credit: Courtesy of St. Anselm, Melissa Hom, David Penner for St. Anselm
*Last Update on Feb/2020.*

Killing Your Burger Craving At BBD’s Restaurant

Dining BBDs Restaurant Long Island Burger

Long Island is surely a spot to explore while visiting New York and to indulge your burger craving at BBD’s restaurant can be your go-to restaurant!

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UNFORTUNATELY THIS RESTAURANT IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED!

How they describe themselves? “A badass burger-creating, in-house-butchering, beer-pouring alternative to the bland.”

To start, BBD stands for Beer, Burger and Desserts! Sounds delicious right? It’s definitely the place to splurge and enjoy the “day-off” your diet!

Located in Rocky Point, Long Island, is owned by Chef Ralph Perrazzo, that has an amazing background experience in high-ended restaurants. Curious to know which ones? Bradley Ogden at Caesars Palace, Jean-George in Manhattan and Clio in Boston.

So, after learning and tailoring his expertise at these esteemed restaurants, he decided to fly solo and start is own business.

He explains it better:

There are a plethora of “Burger” restaurants flooding the market as of late, but BBD’s stands out among the pack for being the only one that makes all three cooking styles of burger.

Craving a big juicy Steakhouse Burger, cooked the way you like it on a wood & charcoal grill, with your choice of toppings? BBD’s has it.

Got a hankering for that sloppy, griddle burger with all the fixings and a secret sauce? It’s there. In the mood for a steamed burger, with spot-on onion flavor infused and a super soft bun? It’s waiting for you.

Everything is literally done in-house: from the burgers and sausages to their chicken nuggets in the kid’s menu. Their craftsmanship certainly differentiates them from other businesses.

Also, BBD is also part of the craft beer movement and offers ’25 direct draw draught brews and 40+ bottles’.

The desserts? Ah! Surely work all the calories. Chef Ralph is known from having fantastic sweet-hands and his desserts are to-die-for.

All dishes are quite unique and has a special touch, that entertains and amuses guests

Hence, they are always coming back for more!

In addition, we do recommend organizing a day trip or a weekend getaway to Long Island. If you need help to plan everything out, discover unbelievably cool activities and get everything scheduled, talk to our experts to see all our Concierge Services.

Finally, are you looking to organize a team weekend or special activity? Take a look at our Corporate Services and how we can help!

Enjoy and satiate your burger craving at BBD’s restaurant!

Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 4pm – 11pm
Friday: 2pm – 12am
Saturday: 12pm – 12am
Sunday: 12pm-11Pm

Location: 49 Route 25A, Rocky Point, Long Island


Text Excerpts and Photo Credit: Courtesy of BBD’s

The Wayfarer Restaurant Is The New Gem In Midtown

Dining The Wayfarer Restaurant Meat

The Wayfarer restaurant is an artisanal American seafood and steakhouse located in the heart of midtown. Crafted by chef Chris Chea, it is one of the must-see – or better yet, “must-taste” – in the city!

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The restaurant is relatively new, but it has been doing a fantastic job! On of our friends went there for cocktails and dinner and had a fantastic time.

Their menu based on a classic American dishes and is heavy on meat.

To start off your day, you can try their breakfast menu that is pretty diverse and has some fantastic options like the Belgian waffle, buttermilk pancakes, the smoked salmon platter, eggs florentine and the avocado toast! You can still order same good from the bakery selection and cereals!

Two of the amazing dishes you can try for lunch or dinner is the oysters tempura with cilantro and a chili dipping sauce, and the braised berkshire bacon glazed with maple syrup and xeres vinegar.

If you’re not into meat, their latest addition to the menu, was sushi!

The menu is complimented by custom cocktails created by award-winning mixologist Christian Sanders of Evelyn Drinkery.

The Wayfarer restaurant can be a bit touristy location, but you’ll definitely find a great, beautiful, local crowd. Well, our true New Yorkers friends are always there.

Before or after your visit to the restaurant, you can cross the street to visit the 1 Hotel, one of Manhattan’s new additions! Plus, the hotels is just so beautiful, it’s worth just to take a look and maybe you’ll stay there on your next trip to NYC!

Hours:
Breakfast: Monday – Friday: 6:30am – 11am
Lunch: Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Dinner: Monday – Thursday & Sunday: 5pm – 11pm

Weekends:
Dinner: Friday & Saturday: 5pm – 12am
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 11am – 5pm

Location: 101 West 57th Street

http://thewayfarernyc.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of The Wayfarer
*Last Update on Feb/2020.*

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