Goods Gets Ready to Serve ‘Polished American Classics’ to Williamsburg

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Goods, the mysterious trailer that artist community center 3rd Ward has been planning to park somewhere in Williamsburg, has at long last an explanation, a home, and an opening date. The stationary tin shack will serve “polished American classics” for three meals a day, the Brooklyn Paper reports. Look for Pat LaFrieda burgers, Brooklyn Lager–battered fish and chips, organic hot dogs, and no doubt impeccably sourced breakfast sandwiches, all at the hands of Commander’s Palace vet Alex McCrery. The space opens with a 35-seat garden on June 9, at the corner of Lorimer and Metropolitan. [Brooklyn Paper via Free Williamsburg]