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The Facts
NAME: Oxalis
IT'S: A seasonal-focused restaurant in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

28-11-2018

OPENED: November 28th, 2018
WHO'S BEHIND IT: Nico Russell, Piper Kristensen and Steve Wong
DID YOU KNOW: Drinks are helmed by beverage director Piper Kristensen, whose previous experience includes the Booker and Dax lab and The Bearded Lady
LOCATION: Brooklyn
ADDRESS: 791 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238
CLOSEST SUBWAY: Franklin Av or Park Pl
OPENING TIMES: Tuesday-Thursday 5:30pm-10:00pm; Friday & Saturday 5:30pm-11:00pm; Sunday 5:30pm-10:00pm
WEBSITE: Visit Site
CONTACT: Phone: 347-627-8298; Email: [email protected]
RESERVATIONS: Yes

Oxalis

OPENED19 DAYS AGO

Seasonal-focused pop-up concept Oxalis opens a restaurant in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

After taking Brooklyn by storm with hugely popular pop-up dinners, Oxalis finds a permanent home for their ever-rotating five-course menu.

Oxalis - Goat MilkImage credit: Margarita Garcia Acevedo 

The Spot:

Coming from Michelin-starred restaurants Daniel and Mirazur, chef Nico Russel’s fine-dining style dishes deserve to be served in a beautiful setting. So instead of Williamsburg’s no-thrills Egg restaurant – where the pop-up held many sold-out dinners – Oxalis is now a sophisticated dining room with light wooden furnishings, baby blue cushions and all-white walls. But don’t stop at that calming oasis, head outside to discover a skylight garden (enclosed in a wood-framed gazebo), or get your taste buds tingling at the pastry station out front.

Oxalis-InteriorImage credit: Margarita Garcia Acevedo 

The Food:

Local ingredients and seasonal produce dictate the five-course menu, so expect lots of vegetable-centered snacks such as young carrots and chamomile, squash with burrata; and duck with sweet potatoes. The a-la-carte menu, served in the backyard, takes a more comforting route with items such as cheddar on toast (dressed with charred winter greens), coffee with dark chocolate and cream cheese (stop drooling), and a crowd-pleasing cheese board paired with seasonal purées.

The Drinks:

Oxalis serves elevated takes on your favorites with the seasons in mind, including a beeswax and lanolin Old Fashioned, a mineral-adjusted Martini (sounds promising), and Spritz infused with grapefruit oil.

Oxalis - Old FashionedImage credit: Margarita Garcia Acevedo 

The Damage:

Dishes à la carte range from $8 to $22; the five-course menu is priced at $60 per person.

In a Nutshell:

Don’t be intimated by a Michelin-worthy menu of elevated bistro-inspired fare, Oxalis aims to be an approachable dinner destination with an affordable price tag to match.

If you’re looking for other new restaurants in Brooklyn, take a look at our interactive map with New York’s best new openings.

Featured image: Oxalis by Margarita Garcia Acevedo

The Facts
NAME: Oxalis
IT'S: A seasonal-focused restaurant in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

28-11-2018

OPENED: November 28th, 2018
WHO'S BEHIND IT: Nico Russell, Piper Kristensen and Steve Wong
DID YOU KNOW: Drinks are helmed by beverage director Piper Kristensen, whose previous experience includes the Booker and Dax lab and The Bearded Lady
LOCATION: Brooklyn
ADDRESS: 791 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238
CLOSEST SUBWAY: Franklin Av or Park Pl
OPENING TIMES: Tuesday-Thursday 5:30pm-10:00pm; Friday & Saturday 5:30pm-11:00pm; Sunday 5:30pm-10:00pm
WEBSITE: Visit Site
CONTACT: Phone: 347-627-8298; Email: [email protected]
RESERVATIONS: Yes

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