NYC // Reynard

Reynard Brooklyn // Wythe Hotel NYC

This one was on our to do list before Dieter and I arrived for the third time together in NYC. With most of the “touristy” things checked off our list or not high priority, that leaves a whole lot of time for brunching, wining and dining (or cocktailing and dining, as we do most of the time). The Wythe hotel was a must on our list in april this year, and so, after visiting the Brooklyn Flea and before heading over to Roosevelt Island, we went for brunch at Wythe’s ground floor restaurant Reynard.

Reynard is the brainchild of Andrew Tarlow, who also started the famous Brooklyn diner  Marlow & Sons almost 10 years ago. It has a similar farm-to-table way of serving food, not surprising as its menu was made up by the same chef, Sean Rembold .

The food we had was  a mix of American classics and bistro style French cooking (or the American take on it), nothing too fancy, yet nothing too plain. I can’t say I was absolutely wowed by the special I had, but my boyfriend’s grass-fed beef burger was good. What does make me want to go back is the beautiful industrial building and the atmosphere of the place. After two failed attempts this year, I think next time we’ll go for cocktails over at the Ides upstairs though. Better view.

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Reynard Brooklyn // Wythe Hotel NYC

80 Wythe Avenue (North 11th Street)
Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Mon-  sun: 07:00 to 00:00

www. reynardnyc.com

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