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160 N 12th St (btwn Berry St & Bedford Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
United States
(map) (718) 218-1088
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Liebrandt's aiming to make the Elm more accessible than Corton: Entrées are priced in the low-to-mid-$20 range, and the four larger family-style dishes cost about $50.
Sierra Tishgart
New York Magazine

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    Service is attentive without being nosy. In the open kitchen, you can watch the Zimbabwe-born chef turning each plate into a small work of art before releasing it to the servers.

    Bloomberg

    83
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    For the 12-seat bar, industry vet Johnny Swet created a menu of hyperseasonal cocktails, heavy on fresh vegetables and herbs

    Time Out
    85
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    Liebrandt's aiming to make the Elm more accessible than Corton: Entrées are priced in the low-to-mid-$20 range, and the four larger family-style dishes cost about $50.

    New York Magazine
    80
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    the food at The Elm is Spaceland stuff, adding new dimensions to old proteins, alerting you to the fact that, though you’ve been treating food like a square, it could be a cube.

    The New York Observer
    85
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    pulled a fast one by revealing his version of comfort food includes razor-sharp flavors and dishes that have, in his words, "a strong sense of memory and identity."

    Tasting Table
    84
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    “Honestly, I wanted to do a restaurant that would reach a clientele that would never, ever have come to Corton,” he told the blog Grub Street. Corton was hushed; the Elm plays music. Corton’s tiny bar seemed like a waiting room; the Elm’s is a hangout.

    New York Times
    88
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    Housed beneath the chic King and Grove Hotel in Williamsburg, the Elm is yin to Corton’s yang.

    New York Daily News
    85