Brooklyn Flea co-founders Jonathan Butler and Eric Demby will officially open their much-anticipated food-and-beer hall this coming Wednesday, August 27, in Crown Heights. Berg'n, housed inside a single-story, 9,000-square-foot former garage, includes four Smorgasburg veteran vendors (Ramen Burger, Asia Dog, Pizza Moto, and Mighty Quinn's), a 40-foot antique bar with local brews, and a coffee bar stacked with Brooklyn-made Parlor beans, Dough doughnuts, and Blue Marble ice cream. The menus are filled with old favorites, of course, but there are also some exciting, brand-spanking-new dishes — two different fried-chicken sandwiches, balsamic-boiled peanuts, and square pies. Take a look, straight ahead.
Berg'n, 899 Bergen St., nr. Franklin Ave.; 718-857-2337
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