Back in July, we reported that Nick Morgenstern had taken the space that briefly housed Seymour Burton and Butcher Bay, and planned to open Goat Town there in the fall. Now Diner’s Journal hears the opening date is December 1. Morgenstern has sold his share of General Greene (which raises the question: Is it still New Brooklyn Cuisine if it’s being done in the East Village?) and is partnering with Joel Hough, a former Cookshop chef de cuisine, on a menu that’s “fairly straightforward American, with a raw bar, and dishes like Vermont veal meatballs, seared Block Island swordfish, and braised Flying Pigs Farm pork shoulder.” Here’s hoping they can finally make the space work.
General Greene’s Morgenstern to Open Goat Town in the East Village [Diner’s Journal/NYT]