Terroir, a popular wine bar in New York City, has opened a Park Slope location, bringing its unconventional style to Brooklyn for the first time. Their self-described zany appeal is evident in everything from the motto ("the elitist wine bar for everyone") to the nickname for the East Village location: E.ViL.
Fans of the mini-empire, also known as "terroirists," can enjoy old favorites like the veal and ricotta meatball sub made famous on their Manhattan menus, but there’s plenty to new to try in Brooklyn, too. New dishes to the neighborhood include riffs on traditional ballpark food — hot dogs and Cracker Jacks — as well as pulled pork sandwiches, Korean-cut short ribs, and pork ragù bruschetta. They also serve country pork terrine charcuterie, "made in-house by monks of the porcus order."
Interested? Terroir. Park. Slope. is now open.