PHOTOS: Saul Restaurant Reopens at the Brooklyn Museum

Saul Restaurant + Bar, the 14-year-old Boerum Hil establishment, is now welcoming guests for lunch, brunch, dinner and drinks at its new address.

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Last month, one of our favorite Brooklyn establishments reopened for service at the Brooklyn Museum. Saul Restaurant + Bar, the 14-year-old Boerum Hil landmark, is now welcoming guests for lunch, brunch, dinner and drinks at the new address.

We called up chef Saul Bolton to learn more about the move. In addition to being excited, he said that the possibility seemed like too interesting of an opportunity to pass. While maintaining the spirit of the original establishment, he’s proud to introduce “another level” of the Saul experience to diners. The original purveyors, ownership and sensibility will remain, but new equipment and a larger space are enabling the restaurant to evolve their servings.       

Want to learn more about chef Saul Bolton and the restaurant’s history? Don’t miss our story “Saul Food,” from the spring 2012 edition of Edible Brooklyn.

 

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Ariel Lauren Wilson

Lauren is the editor-in-chief of Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn.