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Polo Dobkin's calm and collected Williamsburg restaurant opened in June of 2014 and quickly won itself a Michelin star, at the time one of only 10 Brooklyn restaurants to do so. Restaurant history buffs will note that Meadowsweet replaces Dressler, which was an early New Brooklyn pioneer. But forget about the past, because this restaurant lives in the present: daily changing menu, interior foliage, mosaic floors. It's all very come-as-you-are, so do.
Mediterranean-influenced New American dishes & craft cocktails in casually hip digs with a bar.
Polo Dobkin's latest venture Meadowsweet is situated in the former home of South Williamsburg favorite Dressler — he was the chef there as well before it closed unexpectedly in 2014. Meadowsweet has no pretense, just honest, beautifully prepared food. We highly recommend it. They recently received a…
Michelin star rated Mediterranean restaurant with awesome cocktails. Less stuffy than you would imagine for the unbelievable food.
“Petite American restaurant serving farm-to-table fare, including lunch, brunch & fixed-price dinner. ”
“Contemporary take on American Southern kitchen”. Stylish décor, fun for brunch, also a great option for a romantic dinner. Outdoor patio as well.”
“Adjacent to Loosie’s restaurant, awesome cocktails, great wine/beer selection. Ideal date night option.”
“A New American menu with a farm-fresh emphasis is updated daily at this popular Williamsburg spot. We love brick chicken. ;)”