clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

More Regional Southern Fare Hits BK in Truck/Pop Up Form

New, 4 comments

It looks like there's a mini Southern food renaissance taking place out in North Brooklyn. Today, the Times files on Jen 'n' Outlaw's Fish Fry and Crawfish Boil, a roving truck/performance that makes its official debut in Bushwick off the Morgan L stop this weekend (though there was already a pilot run earlier this month). They serve regional southern fare like po' boys, crawfish, catfish, and fried pickles, served on the go or on a picnic table off the back of the truck. More info here.

Meanwhile, Sarah DiGregorio filed her review this week on Honeychiles', the Southern food pop-up restaurant inside Williamsburg dive bar The Charleston. Not only do they serve New York's only french fry and gravy po' boy ("It's like a French dip, but with fries"), they also serve food that "easily surpasses the cooking at New York's many new upscale Southern restaurants." Plus, of course, they're planning on expanding with a food truck.
· Fried Fish and Crayfish Boil, All From a Brooklyn Truck [NYT]
· Hardcore Southern Grub Meets Williamsburg Punk Bar at Honeychiles' [VV]
[Photo Credit: Credit: Josh Haner/The New York Times]

Jen 'n' Outlaw's Fish Fry and Crawfish Boil

Harrison Pl. and Bogart St., Brooklyn, NY

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Eater New York newsletter

The freshest news from the local food world