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Is Paul Liebrandt Planning Another New Restaurant?

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Paul Liebrandt by Daniel Krieger

A lot of Manhattanites will be riding the L-Train this weekend, because Paul Liebrandt's hotly anticipated new Williamsburg restaurant The Elm is slated to open on Friday night. This is the chef's casual follow-up to Corton in the subterranean space of the King & Grove hotel. In a profile in Du Jour magazine, the chef talks a bit about how he got connected with the hotel: "I was approached about a year ago by [King & Grove owner] Ed Scheetz to do this project, and I thought that it was a very interesting space in a very interesting location...I thought it would be a good move." The article also notes that the chef is "working on a yet-to-be-named Manhattan project with Scheetz." King & Grove has another hotel near Madison Square Park, and the group previously announced plans to run the Hotel Chelsea for the Chetrit Group. Will Liebrandt open a restaurant in one of those hotels? Only time will tell.
· The Elm Grows in Brooklyn [Du Jour]
· All Coverage of The Elm [The Elm]

The Elm

160 N 12th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11249 (718) 218-1088 Visit Website

The Elm

160 North 12th St., New York, NY

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