First Look at Sisters, a New Clinton Hill Spot Designed by hOmE

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You're greeted by a a custom-made clock bearing its name.
You're greeted by a a custom-made clock bearing its name. Photo: Melissa Hom

There’s a handsome American restaurant opening on Fulton Street this Friday: Sisters, which will serve casual comfort food like Scotch eggs, fried artichoke hearts, mushroom toast, and burgers. (Bonus: It’s pretty affordable. The most expensive dish on chef Chris Nichols’s menu — seared scallops with bay shrimp, beurre blance, and roasted fennel — costs just $18.)

But what makes Sisters really stand out is the design from the talented team at hOmE: You’ll find a 30-foot skylight, reclaimed beech ceilings, custom woven chairs, and Carrara marble tiles. It seats 60, but there’s also a back barroom with a vinyl-focused DJ booth. It sounds like the perfect place to throw a party — with local and imported beers and ciders, cocktails, and biodynamic wines.

Plus: Sisters will be open daily for coffee and lunch service, and True Coffee Roasters has made beverages specifically for the restaurant. Check out the space, plus a few dishes:

The bar.
The bar. Photo: Melissa Hom
Fully stocked, with custom bar taps.
Fully stocked, with custom bar taps. Photo: Melissa Hom
Duck casoulet with flageolet beans and a grilled baguette.
Duck casoulet with flageolet beans and a grilled baguette. Photo: Melissa Hom
Spicy smoked almonds.
Spicy smoked almonds. Photo: Melissa Hom
Semolina cake with wild mushrooms and pecorino.
Semolina cake with wild mushrooms and pecorino. Photo: Melissa Hom

Menu [PDF]

Sisters, 900 Fulton St. at Washington Street; 347-763-2537

First Look at Sisters in Brooklyn