Bergen Hill Relocates to Noho With a Seafood-Heavy Menu

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New digs, new menu.
New digs, new menu. Photo: Liz Clayman

A sign of the times: Carroll Gardens neighborhood favorite Bergen Hill has moved to Manhattan’s Cooper Square, because owners Ravi DeRossi (of Death & Co, among other spots) and Daniel Kessler (Interpol’s guitarist) wanted more space. With the move comes a revamped menu from chef Anthony Mongeluzzi, who’s now focusing on seafood and vegetables. His menu includes langoustine with egg-yolk carpaccio, hamachi with white-soy ponzu, and an earthy fennel hummus — summery dishes that you’ll want to eat right now. Plus, Charlie Bird’s Robert Bohr and Grant Reynolds have curated the wine list. Take a look:

Hen of the woods with mushroom purée, kohlrabi, and pickled hon shimeji.
Hen of the woods with mushroom purée, kohlrabi, and pickled hon shimeji. Photo: Liz Clayman
Black bass with tomatillo, radish, smoked pickled ramp ponzu, and chives.
Black bass with tomatillo, radish, smoked pickled ramp ponzu, and chives. Photo: Liz Clayman
O​ctopus with onion purée, farro, broccolini, raisin, and harissa vinaigrette.
O​ctopus with onion purée, farro, broccolini, raisin, and harissa vinaigrette. Photo: Liz Clayman
Chef Mongeluzzi.
Chef Mongeluzzi. Photo: Liz Clayman
Kessler and DeRossi.
Kessler and DeRossi. Photo: Liz Clayman
The restaurant seats 46.
The restaurant seats 46. Photo: Liz Clayman

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Bergen Hill, 64 Cooper Square, no phone

Bergen Hill Relocates to Noho