Meadowsweet, the Brooklyn restaurant from Polo Dobkin that recently received its first Michelin star, will begin offering a special tasting menu on Wednesday, November 5.
The tasting menu will be available Monday through Thursday in addition to Meadowsweet’s à la carte menu.
Chef Dobkin will serve a new menu each week with five courses for $65, with menu favorites including Dobkin’s Marina Plancha and crispy baby artichokes, as well as new items created exclusively for the tasting menu, like braised duck papardelle with roasted tomato and broccoli rabe, and braised pork cheek with red cabbage and spaetzle.
Chef Dobkin’s wife and Meadowsweet co-owner Stephanie Lempert, who oversees the restaurant’s beverage program, will offer a $25 drink pairing.
Meadowsweet, which opened in June 2014 in Williamsburg and serves modern American fare, is one of 10 Brooklyn restaurants to receive one or more stars from the Michelin Guide. Previously, Dobkin had earned a Michelin star for Dressler, which was located in the same space at 149 Broadway until the restaurant closed in 2013, and Dobkin took over the space as an owner.
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Karen Lo is an associate editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @appleplexy.