Stellar views of the two bridges (Manhattan and Brooklyn) aren't all this waterside restaurant has to offer: you'll also get filling farmhouse fare like roast chicken and meatloaf at dinner, and sourdough or sour cream pancakes at brunch, although prices are higher than you'd think for Brooklyn. The signature pies are also a big draw. All meats are pasture-raised, and the accent is on local and seasonal ingredients. The busy two-level dining room has large windows facing
the East River.