CLINTON HILL — Colin Devlin, award-winning restaurateur and owner of Williamsburg's DuMont and Dressler restaurants, has set his sights on Clinton Hill.
Devlin plans to open his fourth restaurant, on Myrtle Avenue, in the recently shuttered Anima Italian Bistro space.
Devlin helped to change the Brooklyn dining scene with his first restaurant, DuMont, in 2001. The Union Avenue eatery received accolades from Zagat Guide, The New Yorker, and The Village Voice to name a few.
VIE Magazine called DuMont "home to some of the most amazing mac ‘n’ cheese on the planet."
The DuMont burger became so popular that he opened a new restaurant dedicated to them in 2005. A year later he opened the fancier Dressler in South Williamsburg which earned a Michelin star.
Devlin's newest restaurant is set to open in July at 458 Myrtle Ave. Its name will not start with a "D," according to the partnership.