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In Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights neighborhood, Olmsted, a restaurant from a former Alinea and Blue Hill alum, chef-owner Greg Baxtrom, is a culinary darling. The exquisite menu features local and seasonal ingredients (some of which are grown on-site) and the innovative space boasts a backyard garden, where guests can enjoy pre-dinner drinks and post-dinner desserts. The latter is not to be missed — the frozen yogurt with lavender and the wintertime s'mores are bona fide sensations.
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A chef with an all-star history (Per Se, Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Chicago’s Alinea) has teamed up with a farmer to open this Prospect Heights American drawing from super-local sources, including its own backyard garden. The fanciest and most famous of the restaurants in Prospect Heights, situated…
An acclaimed neighborhood restaurant from chef-owner Greg Baxtrom that offers a seasonal, ingredient-driven menu, some of which comes straight from their backyard garden.
Possibly the best restaurant in the neighborhood, Olmsted by chef-owner Greg Baxtrom, is unbelievable. They offer a seasonal menu some of which is straight from their backyard. #insanelygood
considered one of the best new restaurants in the country, right around the corner!
Fantastic restaurant in the neighborhood - higher end fare and prices but really great new american cuisine. Likely needs a reservation but worth popping by to check.
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