New Hipstaurant Opens in Williamsburg



Throwing up signs in Williamsburg.Photo: Jeremy Liebman for New York Magazine


This week in Openings, Rob and Robin tip us off — just in time for spring! — that the owners of Spuyten Duyvil (the city’s best bar for foreign brews, if you recall) have converted a former Williamsburg auto-body repair shop into Fette Sau, a self-serve barbecue joint with a picnic-table-lined patio. Will hipsters flock to it? The tractor seats match their John Deere trucker hats, so we’re guessing yes. Judging by menu items like Guss’s sauerkraut and Berkshire-pork-belly bacon sold by the pound, we’re guessing true-blue ‘cue lovers will also want to make the trip.

Restaurant Openings: Fette Sau, Whole Foods Market, and Boi to Go [NYM]



Photo: Amina Akhtar