Chef Patti Jackson, formerly of iTrulli, just opened a new restaurant in the old Egg space in Williamsburg called Delaware and Hudson. Ms. Jackson is serving a $48 four-course menu where guests pick an entree and the rest of the dishes are served family-style, kind of like the old school, 2010 Torrisi Italian Specialties dinner menu. The Robs note that the chef is showcasing "foods from Baltimore to Buffalo," with a menu that includes pike fritters, pretzel rolls, farmer's cheese dumplings, and a rabbit terrine.
Delaware and Hudson is open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday, and brunch will kick off this weekend. Take a look at the first menu below, and do send any early reports our way.
May Day Menu 2014
Appetizers to Share
breakfast radishes with ramp butter
rabbit terrine with wild dandelions & turnip flowers
wall-eyed pike fritter with ramp kraut
farmer's cheese dumplings with
flowering wild mustard
roast leg of lamb with
roasted potatoes & sauteed ramps
pan-seared wild striped bass with
sunchoke puree & sauteed ramps
scalloped potatoes, egg, & goat cheese with
sauteed ramps & watercress
Desserts for the Table
Menu Fixe $48
Please let us know of any dietary restrictions.
We will make every effort to accommodate you.