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EAT: Allswell: Proving home is where the hearth is

Allswell
124 Bedford Ave, (at N 10th St)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Phone: (347) 799-2743
cash + credit card accepted


“The name Allswell reflects the restaurant’s light, positive energy. We want a place where the food is given great attention but we leave a lot of room for our kitchen to remain creative, changing the menu frequently and being influenced by local purveyors and the seasons. With this we are striving to create an unpretentious, fun place where many different people will feel free to enjoy themselves, by keeping our prices moderate and our atmosphere professional yet relaxed.”

-Chef, Nate Smith


Indeed, a great feeling of relaxation washes over the minute you step off the bustling street and into the homey and inviting vibe of Allswell gastro-pub. Particularly for the cold season, Allswell’s comforting stews, juicy chicken, thick-cut pork chops, and especially, the simply-seasoned liver and onions on toast, all hit the spot that warms the soul.

Couple a rotating menu that’s kept fresh with foraged ingredients with two bright and balanced seasonal cocktails, and you’ve got a meal like moms but better and a mixologist that beats the pants off uncle Bobby.

Ending as well as it starts, a hearty, Allswell meal leaves nothing to be desired- except a fuzzy impulse to carol, all the way home.

Must-Try Dishes*:

  • Chopped Liver & Onion, served with toast ($9)
  • Farmer Nick’s Chicken, with fennel & celery root ($19)
  • Butterscotch Pudding, made from scratch ($6)

Drinks:

  • Merry Well–Old Overholt, Averna, Dolin, Peychauds, Allspice Dram  ($11)
  • The Gin Tree (A lighter and mighty rival to your boring eggnog)–Bombay Dry, St. Germain, Maple Syrup, Egg White, Lemon

*Note: menu changes frequently- so hurry up to get this grub!


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One Comment

  • clark heinrich
    9 Dec 2011 | Permalink |

    Nate is one of New York’s premier chefs, and his food is simply wonderful. Go now while you can still get in. The word–delicious–is spreading fast!

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