Here’s a Look at the New Dishes Debuting at Berg’n, Opening Wednesday

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Ramen Burger's ramen fries with spicy mayo, and cinnamon-sugar ramen churros. Photo: Melissa Hom

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.

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Ramen Burger's Chicken Karaage sandwich (Japanese fried chicken).Photo: Melissa Hom

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Asia Dog's Buffalo fried-chicken sandwich, with pickled celery, carrots, wing sauce, and blue cheese.Photo: Melissa Hom


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Asia Dog's fried-banana spring roll, with crushed millefeuille and chocolate sauce.Photo: Melissa Hom


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Pizza Moto's square four-cheese pie, with roasted green chile peppers and lemon.Photo: Melissa Hom


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Pizza Moto's smoked-trout Caesar.Photo: Melissa Hom


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Pizza Moto's balsamic-boiled red-skin peanuts with dried chilies.Photo: Melissa Hom


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The space — or, at least, part of it.Photo: Melissa Hom

Berg'n, 899 Bergen St., nr. Franklin Ave.; 718-857-2337

Earlier:
The Rise of New York’s Grand, Glorious Modern Food Halls
Berg’n Beer Hall Opens August 27
What to Eat at Berg’n, the New Brooklyn Beer Hall Serving Tons of Amazing Food
Preview: A Tasty Blueprint for Bergen Street