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Littleneck Opens ‘Most Ambitious Restaurant Yet’ This Week

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The Williamsburg spot will eventually open early a.m. to late night

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Littleneck opens its third Brooklyn location this week

The Littleneck guys are opening a third location — Littleneck Grand at 131 Grand Street in Williamsburg on Wednesday, starting with breakfast and lunch and transitioning into an all-day cafe with dinner service just after July 4.

“It’s our most ambitious location yet,” says Aaron Lefkove of the new Williamsburg spot, in part because when all cylinders are running, the 70-seat space will offer all-day breakfast with lunch, dinner, and late-night until 2 a.m.

Lefkove opened the original Littleneck in Gowanus in 2011 with business partner Andy Curtin, followed by Littleneck Outpost in 2014.

For breakfast at Littleneck Grand, look for a trout omelet, lobster scramble, and gruyere biscuits in the a.m. with clam toast with salsa verde and garlic chips for lunch. The location will also offer classics like lobster rolls and clam rolls, as well as a more extensive raw bar, along with sides from fries to charred broccoli rabe. As for drinks, it’s a natural wine-focused list, along with craft beers and kombucha on draft. As is the case with the Outpost, coffee service will come from La Colombe.

Lefkove said they signed a lease in August, and while they thought it would be a quick open, “we did a lot of work rebuilding it,” he says.

Should you visit this week, hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to start, that will stretch to 11 p.m. with the introduction of dinner service in early July. We’ll keep you posted with updates, including the menu. Update: the full menu is below.

Littleneck Grand

131 Grand Street, Williamsburg, NY 718-218-6054

Littleneck

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

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