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Littleneck Outpost, the Cafe Offshoot in Greenpoint

[All photos by Daniel Krieger]

Aaron Lefkove and Andy Curtin will open Littleneck Outpost, the Greenpoint offshoot of their hit Gowanus seafood restaurant, tomorrow morning. The all-day cafe is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, serving coffee, breakfast dishes like granola or arugula quinoa with a soft egg and boquerones, and sandwiches and salads that range from Littleneck classics like a lobster roll to a chicken confit sandwich with bacon jam. The space is big and bright, with plenty of seating and a little corner of retail items like books, aprons, and pantry items. Take a look around, and at the full menu, below.

BREAKFAST

Benton's Ham, Egg, + Cheese $6

Baked Beans $5
Soft egg | baguette

Arugula Quinoa $9
Soft egg | boquerones | baguette

Olive oil Granola (gluten free) $7
Pistachio | apricot | yogurt


Mini Breakfast Sandwiches

Cucumber | quark | black sesame $4

Gin Cured Arctic Char | crème fraiche | dill oil $6

Benton's Country Ham | butter $5

LUNCH

Lobster Roll $18

Whole Belly Clam Roll $16

Shrimp Roll $14
Classic or Spicy

Sardine
avocado | lime | chili flake | torn baguette $9

Radish
Bonito butter | seaweed salt | baguette $9

Chicken Confit
Bacon jam | bib lettuce | oregano aioli | ciabatta $12

Country Ham
Benton's cured ham | cipollini | butter | mustard | ciabatta $10

Mortadella
Sharp provolone | parsley tapenade | focaccia $9.50

Smoked Pastrami
Aged cheddar | yellow mustard | pickles | sourdough rye $14

Roast Beets
Soft boiled egg | quark | watercress | baguette $9

Smoked Sweet Potato (vegan)
Pickled veggies | avocado | focaccia $9

SALADS

Pea Shoot
Raw beets | pickled fennel | dill $8

Farro
Radish | snap peas | feta $7

SOUP

New England Clam Chowder $8

*Proudly using bread from BAKERI

Littleneck Outpost
128 Franklin St., Greenpoint
littleneckbrooklyn.com/
Opens tomorrow.
· All Coverage of Littleneck Outpost [~ENY~]

Littleneck

288 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215 (718) 522-1921 Visit Website

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