Following a delayed opening and a shutter by the DOH, Norman in Greenpoint officially reopens today — after adding a swing door and glass partition in compliance with health department regulations.
The all-day cafe from Scandinavian chefs Claus Meyer and Fredrik Berselius hit a snag earlier this month when it was temporarily closed by the New York City Department of Health. The DOH first flagged the restaurant during its pre-opening January inspection.
The 140-seat Greenpoint restaurant is part of A/D/O, the 23,000 square-foot co-working space. Expect breakfast and lunch hours for the short term, with lunch specials like today’s, with the requisite kale in this chicken and sausage dish, below. Dinner will roll out in the next few weeks.
We’re so glad to be back! Today’s #normandailylunch is: chicken sausage wrapped in kale and sorrel, little gem lettuce with charred leeks and black lemon, tarragon and watercress aioli, chicken and burnt onion jus. Alongside shaved daikon and granny smith apples, radicchio, red endive and apple vinaigrette. @eflicky