Order Some Jewish Staples From This Popup Before Sipping Craft Cocktails At This Opulent Bar
Have a delicious date in Greenpoint by going to Edith's, an immersive popup experience selling Jewish food out of Paulie Gee's. Focusing on sustainability, they use the highest quality ingredients, which are sourced both locally and globally, with all their dishes being handmade. That's what makes their wood-fired, twisted, and hand-rolled bagels, hand-braided challahs, and crispy latkes the best in town.
Next, head to Ramona for drinks. You know the owners from their East Village hot spot Elsa, and for their Brooklyn watering hole, the duo enlisted home design firm—which also decked out Alameda and Tørst—to bring bespoke features, a Carrara marble bar, and chandeliers to this two-story wonder. The craft cocktails are organized by spirit and made with house-made syrups and infusions; we’re particularly fond of the tequila/mezcal section, and the Golden Fang (made with tequila, cucumber, Sichuan peppercorn, and wildflower honey) is a crowd favorite.
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