CROWN HEIGHTS — A new restaurant and the second location for the Williamsburg-based Brooklyn Winery will open on Franklin Avenue this week, the group said.
Menu items at BKW include small plates (example: crispy Brussels sprouts with pastrami nuggets for $11) and entree dishes including root beer glazed pork ribs ($22) and pan seared skate ($23). The restaurant will also serve Brooklyn Winery wine by the glass or bottle.
The Winery team also plan to have a full bar and cocktails in the future, but cannot currently serve booze due to a pending full liquor license application with the State Liquor Authority, records show. The SLA did, however, grant the restaurant a beer and wine license, allowing them to serve their own vintages.
(Credit: Brooklyn Winery)
BKW has been in the works for at least 18 months, the first location for the Winery beyond its original North Eighth Street complex in Williamsburg.
The new restaurant will be open for dinner only six days a week, from 4:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Sunday through Thursday (excluding Monday) and from 4:00 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.