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Hill & Dale, the LES Sequel to the Brooklyneer

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[Daniel Krieger]

Here's a look around Hill & Dale, a new restaurant in the Lower East Side space that formerly housed Mary Queen of Scots and Allen & Delancey. This is the new project from the owners of The Brooklyneer, Le Bain veteran Elliott Carlson, and former Delicatessen staffer Ryan Steckowski. The owners describe Hill & Dale as a "gastrolounge" which is a made-up term that nobody will actually use. It's really a bar and restaurant serving shareable small plates of American and European food.

Dishes include "organic deviled eggs," tea sandwiches, chicken Cordon Bleu, oysters Rockefeller, wild boar sausage, "lobstercake Newburg," and a cheeseburger. Although the owners added some art deco touches to the space, they kept a lot of the details from Mary Queen of Scots — note the mirrored ceiling above the bar, the tile work in the dining room, and the chandelier in the back room.

Hill & Dale is now open for dinner and drinks. Take a look around and check out the menu below.

Food:
hill-dale by Eater NY

Drinks:
HD Drinks Menu Final by Eater NY

Hill & Dale
115 Allen Street
212-420-1115
Now Open

Mary Queen of Scots

115 Allen Street, New York, NY 10002-2970

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