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Inside The Elm, Paul Liebrandt's New Brooklyn Restaurant

Photo: Daniel Krieger / Eater NY

After much anticipation and multiple social media teasers, chef Paul Liebrandt will officially be opening his new Williamsburg, Brooklyn restaurant The Elm tomorrow evening. The restaurant occupies the subterranean space beneath the King & Grove hotel, and features a lot of different (and labelled) wood, modern lighting, and Eames wire chairs. Liebrandt has previously served things like lamb neck with charred eggplant, foie gras with spiced plum gelee, and chicken Kiev. According to Eater NY, there has also been previous mention of steak frites and possibly a burger. More good things like menus will be available tomorrow. The Elm is Liebrandt's follow-up to his two-Michelin-star Tribeca restaurant Corton (which will soon be taking a Summer break).

In the meantime, head over to Eater NY for some sleek photos. >>>

The Elm

160 North 12th St., Brooklyn, NY

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