Friday, October 12, 2007

Queen's Hideaway In Gourmet Magazine!


A bit late in reporting this, but Greenpoint's crown jewel The Queen's Hideaway has a mention in Gourmet this month. The copy appears below:

QUEEN'S HIDEAWAY Liza Queen is a great chef, but she's an even better shopper. The menu for her small, funky restaurant—in a Greenpoint, Brooklyn, neighborhood that is sprouting small, funky places at an alarming rate—is written at the farmers market every day. A lettuce, pea shoot, and baby pea salad was the only dish with an attributed ingredient: The cheese shaved over it was Ouray, which is made at Sprout Creek Farm, in Poughkeepsie, New York. Queen works hard to source beautifully fatty skirt steak, which she slow-cooks and then grills (pesky city regulations shut down her beloved smoker, but she is nothing if not adaptable). 222 Franklin St., Brooklyn, NY (718-383-2355)

Gourmet, October 2007

Nuff said.

1 comment:

todd said...

food porn!

OH YEAH BABY... PUT A LITTLE MORE SALT ON THEM NEW POTATOES... OH YEAH YOU DO ME SO RIGHT WITH THAT KOSHER SALT... AAAHhhhhhhhhhh!

you were just in a repeat on WNYC; good stuff!