Brooklyn Winery


Chef David Colston of Brooklyn Winery - Brooklyn, NY

213 North Eighth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(347) 763-1506
Hours: Mon-Thu 5 pm-midnight; Fri 5 pm-1 am; Sat 1 pm-1 am; Sun 1 pm-midnight

Brooklyn, artisan capital of the East Coast, has in its midst one the of the premier urban wineries in the world. Vintner Conor McCormack brings in local and California grapes, presses them in house, and ferments them in 8,000 square feet of warehouse space. McCormack doesn’t focus on a single style—instead he plays with a number of varietals (Riesling, Merlot, Zinfandel, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, etc.) and ages the wine in both stainless steel and oak casks. To accompany McCormack’s selections, Chef David Colston (an alum of Picholine, Momofuku Ko, and Corton) makes the most of his diverse culinary background with dishes like fluke crudo, pistachios, kaffir lime, togarashi oil, and yucca chips. Whether you choose to sit in the wine bar or the atrium, with its abundant natural light, an evening at Brooklyn Winery is well spent at a venue that’s certain to become a New York City drinking and dining institution.

Recommended Dishes:
  • Slow Braised Pork Belly with Japanese Turnips, Red Shiso, Tamarind Gel, and Pickled Mustard Seed
  • Proscuitto and Chestnut Stuffed Quail

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