Flo Fab reports this morning that Kin Shop and Perilla chef Harold Dieterle has a third restaurant project in the works. Called The Marrow, it will open in Brooklyn next year. Instead of zeroing in on hip Brooklyn mainstays like Williamsburg or Carroll Gardens, Dieterle is opening up shop in Downtown Brooklyn in the forthcoming Hotel 718. It's not a great area for foot traffic, but that hasn't posed a problem for Cesar Ramirez's lauded Brooklyn Fare nearby.
Instead of going Asian, The Marrow's menu will skew more Italian and German with items like "Ostrich schnizel with spaetzle, braised cuttlefish with garlic bread and cured pork, bison carpaccio with wild rocket, gooseberries and miso dressing, and straightforward steaks." The restaurant will seat 90.
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